What is APR?
APR stands for the ‘Annual Percentage Rate’. APR is the total cost of the loan expressed as an annual percentage rate. APR acts as a standardised way to show the cost of borrowing over a yearly period to allow you to compare the cost of products from different lenders. It takes into account both the interest you are charged and any other fees or charges relating to the loan. APR tells you how much the loan will actually cost.
- How do I add money to my Revolut account with a card?
- What cards and currencies are supported?
- Are there any card deposit limits?
- My card deposit failed
- Why is my card deposit pending?
- Why has my card deposit been reverted?
- My top-up by card failed but I was charged for it
- Why was I charged a fee for my card deposit?
- Why did my bank charge me a fee for a top-up by card?
- Verifying my deposit card