Get the app
Download the Curve app and choose which card you want to order.
Your card should be with you in 3-5 working days.
Add your cards
Adding your debit and credit cards is safe and easy. We use bank-level security and no sensitive data is ever saved on your phone.
Simply enter your card details or scan your card to upload it to your digital Curve Wallet. For added security, we’ll always ask you to authenticate your cards.
Your physical Curve card will be with you in a few days, but you can start using Curve right away by adding your virtual Curve card to Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, or Curve Pay. Once your card arrives, activate it in the app and you’re good to go.
How cashback works
Any cashback you earn will appear in your Curve cash card, a virtual card in your digital Curve Wallet.Your balance can be used automatically or you can turn off auto-spend to save up for a bigger purchase. When you want to pay with your cashback, just select your Curve Cash card like any other card in your Curve Wallet. Find out more
See what you’ve spent
See what you’re spending across all your accounts with Curve insights, alerts and notifications. Your Curve timeline will show you what you’ve spent, when you’ve spent, and where you’ve spent it.
You’ll get (optional) notifications every time you spend, and you can check your insights in the app for a categorised breakdown of your transactions across every card.
Go Back in Time
Paid on the wrong card? Never mind, rewind. Switch payments from one card to another up to 30 days after the payment was made!
Just tap the transaction you want to move, select “Go Back in Time” and swipe to the card you’d like to pay with instead. Yep, time travel is that easy.
Lost your Curve Card? Lock it with a single swipe in the app and protect all your cards instantly.
For UK customers, FSCS protection does not apply to the funds held on your Curve Cash Card and your funds may be at risk in exceptional circumstances. To learn more about how we protect your funds and how we minimise your risk, go here. More information can be found on the FCA website itself, here