What is Revolut Pay payment method ?
Revolut Pay is a payment method available to all customers holding a personal Revolut account. It allows paying for a product or service from a merchant that offers the Revolut Pay payment method as an option when checking out.
The main benefits of this feature are:
- Easy checkout experience with no need to input any card details or bank account numbers
- Convenient in-app confirmation of purchases
- There are no limits
How do I use Revolut Pay?
If the details you’ve input while checking-out match the ones on your Revolut account, after using the ‘Revolut Pay’ option, you will be asked to confirm the transaction in the app and that’s it! If the mentioned details won’t be enough to confirm it’s you, you will have to scan a QR code as well.
How am I protected when using Revolut Pay?
You are protected by the Pay with Revolut Buyer Protection Policy which allows to raise a claim if you believe the merchant hasn’t fulfilled your order, which we will then investigate.
To do this, please chat to us and let us know that you want to raise a Revolut Pay claim.
With bank transfer
- How do I transfer money to my Revolut account from another bank account?
- Can I get my salary paid into my Revolut account?
- Will I be charged for an inbound transfer?
- When will the money reach my Revolut account?
- Which currencies are supported for inbound transfers?
- Which countries are not supported for inbound transfers?
- What if my IBAN for SEPA transfer is not accepted?
- Can I receive bank transfers in INR?
- What should I do if a transfer doesn't arrive to my Revolut account?
- Why has the transfer to my account been reverted?
- Local CZK/HUF account details change for non-residents
With linked accounts
- How can I add money using my linked bank account?
- Is adding money with my linked bank account safe?
- I added money with my linked bank account, but I can't see it on my account in Revolut
- Can you do anything if I have a problem using my linked bank account to add money?
- Can I add money with a shared or joint bank account?