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Second look at Revolut: Not ready for US customers, except for one great feature…

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Last month I wrote about a new prepaid product designed for global travelers: Revolut.  Revolut is both a smart phone app and a prepaid debit card.  Theoretically, it’s perfect for global travelers: there are no fees (no foreign transaction fees, no currency exchange fees, no ATM fees… you get the idea) and it has true chip and pin capability. Ideally, one could use the card to avoid many of the expenses associated with international travel. …

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First look at Revolut: Send and spend money globally with zero fees

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Thanks to my interest in manufacturing spend to increase credit card rewards, I’m always excited to see new options for moving money around.  New no-fee prepaid cards can be exciting too (Remember Redird?).  How about one product that does both?   Via Laptop Nomad on Inside Flyer I learned about a new product called Revolut. Revolut is made up of two parts: an app (iPhone or Android) and an optional physical prepaid card called RevolutCard. The…

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