You can find the local and international transfer details by tapping 'Add money' under the Home section of the app. Next, select the currency you would like to add to your Revolut account. You must select the correct currency in the app, as the transfer might not arrive if it's in a different currency to that of the destination Revolut account. You should also add the currency that your bank account is held in to avoid bad exchange rates charged by banks. For example, if you have a US bank account make sure you make a transfer in USD to your USD Revolut account.
- Adding GBP: Use your unique local account details if you transfer from a UK bank account, otherwise please use your unique IBAN found under the SWIFT tab.
- Adding EUR: Your unique IBAN, along with the BIC REVOGB21, can be used both for a SEPA and a SWIFT payment. If you add money from a European bank account, it will most likely be a SEPA payment. Otherwise, it will be a SWIFT payment or else the payment will not reach Revolut.
- Adding other currencies: If present, use your unique local account details if you transfer from a local account. If not present, or if transferring from a non-local account, please use your unique IBAN found under the SWIFT tab.
Please note, we're currently not supporting the following route of deposits by transfer:
- USD transfers from Barbados, Curaçao, Gibraltar, Jersey, Malta, Mauritius, and St Maarten
- EUR transfers from Mauritius St Maarten
- CHF and NOK transfers from Malta
Learn more from this #RevTip video.
Learn more about SWIFT & SEPA transfers here.