What is APR?
APR stands for the 'Annual Percentage Rate'. It 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 (for example, comparing the same loan amount for the same loan period). 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.
With bank transfer
- Can I get my salary paid into my Revolut account?
- How do I transfer money to my Revolut account from another bank account?
- Guide to EUR bank transfers to your Revolut account
- Guide to GBP bank transfers to your Revolut account
- Guide to USD bank transfers to your Revolut account
- Guide to international SWIFT bank transfers to your Revolut account
- Which local account details are available for me?
- Will I be charged for an inbound transfer?
- When will the bank transfer 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?
- Where can I find my local account details?
- My top-up failed, but the refund didn’t arrive to sender's account
- I received my deposit in a different currency. What can I do?