Revolut Launches GBP Direct Debits for All EEA Customers with Local UK Account Details

Revolut Launches GBP Direct Debits for All EEA Customers with Local UK Account Details
28.11.2019 08:14 am

Revolut Launches GBP Direct Debits for All EEA Customers with Local UK Account Details

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The new functionality will utilise Modulr’s Direct Debits Mandate, adding another essential feature that Revolut customers can use in their everyday lives.

This new feature allows Revolut’s EEA customers with local UK account details to make all their regular GBP Direct Debit payments straight from their Revolut accounts, whether that be retail customers paying for their gym memberships, phone contracts, utility bills or subscriptions, or business customers paying supplier bills or regular invoices.

Revolut’s retail and business customers are also protected by the GBP Direct Debit Guarantee, in the event that there is fraudulent activity or an error affecting their Direct Debit payment. Direct Debits are a simple, safe and convenient way for Revolut retail and business customers to make regular or recurring payments.

In the past year alone, Revolut has successfully launched and developed multiple new everyday services for its growing customer base, taking it significantly beyond its origins as a travel and FX product. Revolut customers have created over 2 million Vaults for individual or group saving; our charitable giving feature Donations has raised over £500,000 for WWF, Save The Children, ILGA Europe, The Rainforest Alliance and Movember since launching in July; and the roll out of Trading is disrupting the traditional stock brokerage market by giving all Revolut customers commission-free access to the stock market (the number of commission free trades is limited for Standard and Premium customers, unlimited for Metal customers). For Revolut for Business account holders, new features for 2019 have included: end-to-end expense management in app, multi-account login, and an integration with Quickbooks.

Revolut has used Modulr’s API since 2017. Through Modulr, getting paid, reconciling and making payments is fully automated and can be managed in real-time, 24/7, all via Revolut’s existing platform. Through its API, Modulr makes it easy for businesses to streamline existing services, launch new products and scale more efficiently.

Modulr combines its API enabled platform with authorisation from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Electronic Money Institution to deliver a fully regulated service.

Nik Storonsky, CEO and Founder at Revolut:
“Around-the-clock access to a real-time payments infrastructure is key to building any successful financial service. We are providing Revolut customers with an alternative digital payments infrastructure unshackled by a reliance on traditional and slow legacy banking. GBP Direct Debits are the latest integration, as we build towards becoming the bank of the future. With Modulr, we not only have a partner we know and trust, but one who we can work with to launch new payment products with ease.”

Vaidas Adomauskas, Head of Business Product at Revolut:
“Direct Debits are one of the most requested features from Revolut for Business customers. It’s always our goal to help businesses save time and money, and this feature will make a huge difference on that front. We’re proud to be offering this feature that will transform the way businesses transact on a regular basis, whether they are paying bills or paying into employee pensions.”

Myles Stephenson, CEO at Modulr: “Revolut is a leading global challenger in financial services, and it continues to grow in its prominence as an alternative to legacy banking options. Utilising our APIs, businesses such as Revolut are able to offer customers a payments solution fit for the ‘Instant Economy’ world we live in - where payments need to be instant, reliable and easy, as customers will no longer accept anything less. With our technology, Revolut adds another string to its bow, improving the offering for existing customers and growing its appeal and attraction to new customers too.”

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