Paid with the wrong Card?

Never mind, rewind. Curve’s unique Go Back in Time feature lets you switch payments from one card to another, up to 30 days after the payment was made! Your very own time travel machine.

Turn back the

clock

Charged your partner’s birthday present to the joint account? Forgot to put that last round of drinks on the company card? We’ve all been there. Except now, Go Back in Time is there to put things back in their rightful place.

Free up cash when you need it most

Go Back in Time doesn’t just help you fix accidental payments. You can take advantage of the 0% interest-free period on your credit card and switch transactions over from your debit card to free up cash and take control of your cashflow.

Easy

Swipe the payment you want to switch within 30 days

30 days

Get your refund within 1 - 5 working days

Exclusive

Go Back in Time is trademarked, so you won’t find this feature anywhere else

No strings attached

Go Back in Time is free to use and won’t affect your credit score.

Want a time machine in your pocket?

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Legal bits: Go Back in Time applies to transactions up to £5,000, made on or after 28 June 2020.


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