Revolut en argentina

Revolut en argentina

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Revolut is a card issued by Mastercard that works on a prepaid basis. That is to say, you load it with credit or use it to receive payments and then you use it as a normal card. I have to give some bad news and that is that for now Revolut Argentina as such… does not exist. Anyway, in Argentina Revolut can be used to receive payments from abroad. It can also be used to make purchases or withdraw pesos from ATMs. That is, as a debit card.
I made a post about the Revolut card here: Revolut, all about the European online card. It is a fully online bank account granted by Lloyd’s Bank of England. How to access and operate with this account? Through an app for your phone and mobile devices. You don’t have to go to a bank office to request the opening. Nor do they ask for utility bills in your name. And a debit card is associated to that bank account. That card is precisely the Revolut card, or Revolut card.
This debit card, i.e. the Revolut card, allows you to withdraw money without commissions in most countries in the world. You can withdraw up to 200 euros per month or its equivalent in other currencies, free of charge. If you want to withdraw more than that amount, you can, but you will be charged 1.5% commission. That is why it is recommended by many travel blogs. And that is also why when you google “Revolut Argentina”, what you get are inquiries from foreigners asking if it will be useful for their trip to Argentina. (It is useful, although now it is not convenient due to the exchange rate distortion).

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Revolut is a card issued by Mastercard that works on a prepaid basis. That is to say, you load it with credit or use it to receive payments and then you use it as a normal card. I have to give some bad news and that is that for now Revolut Argentina as such… does not exist. Anyway, in Argentina Revolut can be used to receive payments from abroad. It can also be used to make purchases or withdraw pesos from ATMs. That is, as a debit card.
I made a post about the Revolut card here: Revolut, all about the European online card. It is a fully online bank account granted by Lloyd’s Bank of England. How to access and operate with this account? Through an app for your phone and mobile devices. You don’t have to go to a bank office to request the opening. Nor do they ask for utility bills in your name. And a debit card is associated to that bank account. That card is precisely the Revolut card, or Revolut card.
This debit card, i.e. the Revolut card, allows you to withdraw money without commissions in most countries in the world. You can withdraw up to 200 euros per month or its equivalent in other currencies, free of charge. If you want to withdraw more than that amount, you can, but you will be charged 1.5% commission. That is why it is recommended by many travel blogs. And that is also why when you google “Revolut Argentina”, what you get are inquiries from foreigners asking if it will be useful for their trip to Argentina. (It is useful, although now it is not convenient due to the exchange rate distortion).

Revolut countries not supported

Besides being an offshore card, it is a bank account that operates under European legislation. Today I am going to tell you how to order it from Argentina. Of course: there is no “Revolut Argentina” because it does not operate in our country, as I explained in this post. That does not prevent you from ordering and using it, as I am going to explain today.
To have a payment and collection method that is not under Argentine exchange regulations (caps, cepos, exchange rate distortion, forced pesification, etc.). I have dealt with it enough in the other posts, so I will not repeat myself so as not to tire you.
Many times, the simple +54 feature makes them put you on a “waiting list” and you cannot open an account. The waiting list is a fancy euphemism used by banks to tell you that they are not interested in you as a customer and they do not intend to open an account for you.
Then they will ask you to scan your document. Remember that it must be European. They may also ask you to take a selfie or make a video call. Usually the scanned or photographed document is enough.

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Revolut is a card issued by Mastercard that works on a prepaid basis. That is to say, you load it with credit or use it to receive payments and then you use it as a normal card. I have to give some bad news and that is that for now Revolut Argentina as such… does not exist. Anyway, in Argentina Revolut can be used to receive payments from abroad. It can also be used to make purchases or withdraw pesos from ATMs. That is, as a debit card.
I made a post about the Revolut card here: Revolut, all about the European online card. It is a fully online bank account granted by Lloyd’s Bank of England. How to access and operate with this account? Through an app for your phone and mobile devices. You don’t have to go to a bank office to request the opening. Nor do they ask for utility bills in your name. And a debit card is associated to that bank account. That card is precisely the Revolut card, or Revolut card.
This debit card, i.e. the Revolut card, allows you to withdraw money without commissions in most countries in the world. You can withdraw up to 200 euros per month or its equivalent in other currencies, free of charge. If you want to withdraw more than that amount, you can, but you will be charged 1.5% commission. That is why it is recommended by many travel blogs. And that is also why when you google “Revolut Argentina”, what you get are inquiries from foreigners asking if it will be useful for their trip to Argentina. (It is useful, although now it is not convenient due to the exchange rate distortion).

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