Why are some merchants restricted and what are they?
To make the Revolut Junior card as safe and secure as possible, we block merchant types which we think aren’t age-appropriate for children. For example, merchants who only sell alcohol, cigarettes and gambling products. To do this, we rely on the merchant’s registered business type (also known as an ‘MCC code’), not the actual details of what is being bought on a Revolut Junior card. This means Revolut Junior Cards are not restricted from, for example, buying alcohol at a supermarket (because the category of ‘supermarket’ is not restricted) or at a merchant with an inaccurate registered business type. If we turn a merchant off, you can’t turn it back on.
Getting started with Revolut Junior
Revolut Junior for parents
- Can I control my child's use of the Revolut Junior card?
- Can I use my child's card?
- Can my child have a Revolut Junior account if I don’t have a Revolut account for myself?
- What happens if I move to a country where Revolut Junior is not available?
- Can I add or withdraw money from my child's account?
- Can I close a Revolut Junior account?
- How do I create a second Junior account?
- Who can add money to a Revolut Junior account?
- Where can I find the account details of a Junior account?
- Junior Goals
- How to add a Co-parent to my Revolut Junior account?
- What features can Co-parents access with Revolut Junior?