Revolut Cardholder Agreement

IF YOU DO NOT ACCESS THIS ARBITRAGE ACCORD, EMAIL THE PLATFORM AT, OR VIA MOBILE APP CHAT SUPPORT TO CLOSE THE SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND REQUEST A REFUND, IF APPLICABLE. If you think an error has occurred in your card account, contact Revolut at (844) 744-3512 or via the Revolut dashboard or by email at as soon as possible. If you need more information about our troubleshooting procedures, please contact Revolut. Contact Revolut at 1-844-744-3512, e-mail P.O Box 1155, New York, NY 10013, or visit We may terminate or suspend your savings account or agreement at any time. You can terminate this contract by close your savings account by email. Your termination of this agreement does not relate to any of our rights or obligations under this Agreement prior to cancellation. You must continue to pay all the fees you have charged (z.B. if you have requested an additional revolut card). We may also charge you a cancellation fee for other agreements you have with us (z.B. if you cancel your metal subscription). This agreement includes the Consumer Savings Account Contract (the “Agreement”) for the Paid Savings Account (“Savings Account” or “Account”), which is made available to eligible consumers by Sutton Bank (the “Bank”), a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”).

Revolut Technologies Inc. manages the platform through which you accessed the account (“platform”). Platform is the partner of the program that will provide you with the after-sales service. “We,” “our” and “we” refer to the bank, our successors, affiliates or agents. “You” and “you” refer to the owner of the savings account. The agreement binds you, but you can allow other people (delegates) to perform certain activities on your behalf. There are three different categories of delegates, all of which are designated in this document as qualified persons. 12.2 You can terminate this contract by contacting us via our in-app support chat feature.

This arbitration provision defines the circumstances and procedures in which claims (as defined below) must be judged when electing one of the parties.

Comments are closed.