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Receiving a bank transfer

How to receive a bank transfer

To receive a bank transfer, you must share your bank details with the sender so that they can initiate the transfer.

To find your bank details, check out this FAQ.

If you’re depositing your own money, you have more options. Read more about bank transfer deposits in this article.

We don't support transfers from some countries and currencies. Find out more about unsupported transfers in this article.


To check on the status of a bank transfer into your Revolut account, or find support options if the transfer is taking longer than it should, please use this link.


There are no limits for receiving a bank transfer. Usually, no additional steps are needed to receive large amounts of money. If we do need additional information, we'll reach out to you via email.


Revolut doesn't charge any fees for receiving a bank transfer. Intermediary banks may charge fees. Learn more about intermediary fees in this FAQ.

Issues receiving a bank transfer

Tap on your transfer in your transaction history to download your transfer confirmation, track your transfer, or get specialised help on your transfer.

If you need more help with bank transfers, read this FAQ.