Business Promotion Terms
Business Subscription Fee Waiver Promotion
Terms and Conditions
Welcome to the Business Subscription Fee Waiver Promotion (the “Promotion”), offered by Revolut Payments Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 21 634 823 180) (“RPA”, “Revolut”, “we”, “our” or “us”).
The terms and conditions of the Promotion are set out below. These terms and conditions apply in addition to the other terms and conditions that apply to you as a customer of RPA, including the Business Terms and Business Fees and Charges Section.
The Promotion starts on 14 December 2022 12:00am AEDT and ends on 30 June 2023 11:59pm AEDT (the “Promotion Period”).
What is the Promotion?
The Promotion is an opportunity for Eligible Business' to have three months of their subscription fees waived (the “Fee Waiver Period”):
- For new Grow subscribers: sign up to a paid Grow subscription during the Promotion Period and have your fees for the Fee Waiver Period waived (the “Grow Fee Waiver Offer”); or
- For new Scale subscribers: sign up to a paid Scale subscription during the Promotion Period and have your fees for the Fee Waiver Period waived (the “Scale Fee Waiver Offer” and together with the “Grow Fee Waiver Offer”, the “Fee Waiver Offer”);
If an Eligible Business takes advantage of the Fee Waiver Offer, it will be applied automatically to the paid subscription and the terms and conditions of the selected plan will apply. Subscription plans have a term of 12 months. After the Fee Waiver Period ends, by default the Eligible Business will remain on the selected paid subscription unless we are notified otherwise, and normal billing rates apply.
Who is eligible to participate in the Promotion?
In order to participate in the Promotion you must be an Eligible Business of RPA. An “Eligible Business” is defined as a business customer that during the Promotion Period has:
- an active Revolut Business account;
- passed Revolut ‘Know Your Business checks and been onboarded; and
- not previously closed a Revolut account or had an account become suspended or restricted.
How do I claim my Fee Waiver Offer?
An Eligible Business will automatically receive the Fee Waiver Offer upon setting up a Revolut Business account during the Promotion Period.
What happens if I cancel my paid subscription after claiming my Fee Waiver Offer?
An Eligible Business will have until the end of the Fee Waiver Period to cancel its paid subscription plan at no cost. However, we won’t refund amounts already paid to us during the Fee Waiver Period. If an Eligible Business orders a Metal card as part of its plan allowance and then cancels the subscription during the Fee Waiver Period, the Eligible Business will have to pay for the Metal card.After the Fee Waiver Period ends, by default the Eligible Business will remain on the selected paid subscription unless we are notified otherwise, and normal billing rates apply.
Please refer to the Business Terms and the Business Fees and Charges Section for further information on fees and charges associated with ending a paid subscription after the Fee Waiver Period ends.
What else should I know?
RPA reserves the right to change, modify and/or supplement these Terms and Conditions, and to modify, cancel or suspend the Promotion at its sole discretion at any time. If we exercise this right we will try to give you advance notice on our website. Please contact Revolut Support if you believe you qualify for a particular benefit in relation to a promotion that has not been awarded to you.
Events beyond the control of RPA may occur that render the awarding of the Fee Waiver Offer impossible. Accordingly, RPA will not be liable for any loss, whether directly or indirectly suffered, as a result of an event outside of its control.
If we have reasonable grounds to believe that you have engaged in any fraud or material abuse of this Promotion (such as for example attempting to obtain an unfair advantage through deception) we may in our sole discretion take any actions we see fit in the circumstances.
Any disputes arising out of or in connection with these terms can be dealt with by the Courts of the State of Victoria.