Topping up euro account


#1

Hi, I have a German current account at a local bank. I also have a revolut euro account. I want to top my euro account by transferring money from the German account however I can only do it manually as revolut doesn’t accept maestro cards. Where can I find the IBAN of my Revolut euro account?


#2

More> Profile> Account data> EUR
Tab “Local”
Of course you have activated local (personal) account, right?

I didn’t know that they aren’t accept Maestro…
Are you sure? On this forum you can find people who typed up by this…

But there are some issues too :wink:


#3

That requires identity verification. I asked a live agent and he said account can be topped up without verification as well. When I go to local. Only the beneficiary name and BIC is stated


#4

You can topup without verification, but you cannot spend this money… It’ll be frozen until you’re verified…

Local in here:


#5

Yes, simply verify it then.


#6

Yes I don’t mind if money is frozen. I want to top up. But I can’t find my IBAN.


#7

On my screenshot (above) you can see where it is (second black line :wink:). Path you have in my first answer


#8

Waiting for my residence permit


#9

In that case you are not eligible for an account at this moment. You need to have a valid permit to keep an account.


#10

I don’t see that line 29939816_10155697000617683_1057637990_n


#11

As you can see- you have to activate this account. (I’ve asked you about it in my first answer :wink:)
Tap this (pink?) button.


#12

yeah but i need verification for that, i asked if top up can be done without verification


#13

Hmmm, i didn’t know that.
So use the second tab (SWIFT).
Do not forget to type referrence number.
And the second thing- this transfer can be slower and more expensive. How expensive? You have to ask in your bank.


#14

Isnt swift transfer for international transfers. Im transferring from my german account to euro. Isnt that supposed to be SEPA?


#15

I can only stress again that you are not eligible for a Revolut account at this point if you dont have a valid EEA residency.


#16

I will get my German Residence Permit soon


#17

Soon ≠ Currently

You need a valid residency to open an account.


#18

Yes, it is, but still available in that case.


#19

Whats the difference between local and swift?


#20

Time and price- SWIFT lasts longer and is more expensive.