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Introducing Curve Wallet Balances

By Juan Reyna08 Apr 2021
2 min read

Cards + Balances: some things belong together!

Think about it. Lockdown is finally over. Maybe you’re out shopping, or maybe you’re at a birthday brunch for a friend whose birthday was actually in December. Whatever it is you’re doing, it’s blissful. It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for since lockdown began.

But as you go to pay, you realise you don’t actually know which card you can pay with. So you have to open up 5 different banking apps, check your balances, and do some intense mental math, all while the person at the till stares at you in awkward silence. It’s safe to say that the moment has been ruined.

Checking your account balance should be simple. Managing your money should be simple. And with Curve Wallet Balances it finally is; you can see all your live account balances in one view, so that you can spend in confidence. 

Swipe to a card. See its balance.

Most people track their money regularly, with more than 85% of customers checking their accounts at least once a week, according to an internal study. But doing that is complicated - you either have to look across multiple platforms or use an aggregator.

That’s why we made Card Wallet Balances as accessible, and as simple as possible. It’s available for all our UK customers, and we’ve made it compatible with the most bank cards and accounts as we could. Just go to your Wallet in the Curve app, and you’ll be able to see your transactions, and the balances of your different accounts. It’s that easy! 

Now Curve customers no longer need to jump from banking app to banking app to know their different balances or to manage their money. We’ll let you know exactly where you stand before you spend. 

Want to find out more about Curve Wallet Balances?  FAQs

Download the Curve app with Curve Cash here.




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