Switching another account to Revolut
Switching your account from another Lithuanian bank to Revolut is free.
To request a switch, you need to already be a Revolut customer and have completed your identity verification.
Contact us via 'Help' in your app and fill out the Request Form (available in the mobile app; button below) for the Account Switching Service. We'll switch standing orders, direct debits and periodic credit transfers from your old bank to your Revolut account. You can also ask for your old bank account to be closed, and we'll complete this on your behalf. Note however that some banks may not allow your old bank account to remain open after you switch.
Furthermore, please note we won't be able to make the switch if your old account is overdrawn, so make sure there's no negative balance before you make this request.
Please also ensure that the account at the other bank:
- Has no outstanding obligations on the incoming payment account
- Is suitable for over 18 years of age
- Is not a business account
- Is not an account jointly held with another party
- Is denominated in currencies Revolut accepts
Your requested switch will take at least 13 business days from the day of submitting the request. More information on the account switching process is available in the Rules PDF for the Account Switch Service between Payment Service Providers.
We'll send you an email to let you know when the switch has been completed successfully.
If any incoming payments arrive to your old account after the switch date, please contact your old bank to make sure they're paid into Revolut.
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?
- Am I eligible for credit?
- Do you ask for any security on a credit?
- What does the interest rate depend on?
- Are there any fees for credit apart from the interest?
- What is APR?
- How long will the application/assessment take?
- How does Revolut decide whether to offer me credit?
- Do you carry out credit checks? Will you carry out a credit check on my partner/spouse?
- Why is my credit offer different to what I applied for?
- Why was my credit application rejected?
- Can I reapply if my credit application was rejected?
- Can I have more than one credit at the same time?
- I’ve changed my mind, how do I cancel my credit?
- How do I repay the loan? How do the repayments work?
- How do I manage my credit repayments?
- How do you calculate the loan repayments?
- Can I repay my credit early? Are there any charges for early repayment?
- Why can’t I delete the backup repayment card?
- Do I need to upgrade to Premium or Metal before I can get a credit card?
- Do I need to upgrade to Premium or Metal to get a second virtual credit card?
- How can I access funds from the credit limit?
- What can I use my credit limit for?
- Are there any fees if I do not use my credit limit?
- If I withdraw cash with my credit card from an ATM will I be charged?
- How do I get in touch if I need help with my credit?
- What is the minimum monthly payment and how is it calculated?
- How is the interest for my credit limit calculated?
- How can I get my credit statement?
- Can I overpay my credit limit? Are there any charges for overpaying?
- If I repay the outstanding balance of my credit limit will these funds be available for me to use it again?
- How can I change (increase or decrease) my current credit card’s limit?
- Who provides the credit?