Currensea is a new travel debit card that connects to your high street bank account and saves 80% on charges.
Currensea card connects to UK high street bank accounts via open banking APIs. It works like any other debit card as it debits account once the transaction is authorised. Currensea doesn’t charge for spending abroad and aims to offer better exchange rates. That is how it can save you up to 80% of foreign currency transaction charges vs banks. If you are someone who likes to travel, you know you need it.
It is easy, you are using the same bank account you have, just a different card. It is smart for you to save up on all of these charges for free. Plus, it is also sustainable as you cut on carbon as you spend. The card was featured on CITYAM, the Sunday Express, the Daily Mail, The Times, Forbes, and Which?, with all glowing reviews. It is the perfect solution for someone who travels or lives abroad, temporarily or even in the long run. It makes it easier for you to not have to juggle currencies or have to resort to prepaid cards. It is all automatic and easy. The sustainable part comes when you can decide to use some of your savings from your travels to plant trees and offset your carbon footprint. They take care of that for you. After 100 quids spent, you could plant as many as 3 trees. You can also keep track of your own little forest thanks to a personalized dashboard.
It only takes a couple minutes to request your card. It makes life easy and you do not have to open a new bank account or rely on sketchy start ups at all, since you are still using your same old and trusted bank account. Its safety is of course without fails, as it is authorized by the FCA, possess bank grade security and utilizes the latest encryption technology, as well as offer Mastercard chargeback protection for all of your purchases. They partner with most of the big banks so you will probably find yours functions perfectly well with the card. Yes, that includes Barclays, the Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Nationwide, NatWest, RBS, Santander, TSB, and Ulster Bank. they also support all currencies and have all of their rates available to check on their website.