So, HMRC won’t accept your personal credit card, but they will accept Curve, as it’s a debit card. So by adding your credit card to Curve and selecting it as your default card, you can pay your taxes with your credit card.
If you’re a Curve Metal customer, using Curve Fronted is completely free. If you’re on Curve Blue or Curve Black, you’ll be charged 1.5% per transaction. The fee will be charged straight to your credit card when you make the payment.
HMRC doesn’t accept personal credit cards at all, and charges between 1.7% and 2.8% on corporate credit cards.
Please read Curve’s legal agreements and AXA terms carefully before applying for a Curve card. Details on access to interbank exchange rates available are clearly laid out in the terms along with all applicable fees and charges when you spend abroad.
Curve OS Ltd., registered in England and Wales, Company number: #09523903. The Curve Card and E-money is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Limited (company No. 07875693) authorised in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority to issue electronic money (Firm Reference Number: 900051). Mastercard® is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.
Curve card is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Ltd (WDCS) pursuant to license by Mastercard International Inc.
Cards shown here are all representative. There is no arrangement between Curve and any of the banks, card issuers or networks and all queries should be directed to us.