You can add most of your Mastercard® and Visa debit or credit cards to Curve.
We don’t have a direct relationship with any card issuers or banks, and using Curve doesn’t change the relationship you have with your banks and credit card providers.
You'll continue to receive statements from your card issuer as you’d expect. Transactions made with your Curve card will appear as CRV* – “Merchant Name” (for example: CRV* – Starbucks) on your statements.
Curve transactions are classed as e-commerce transactions, with Curve as the merchant.
Finally, it’s worth noting that we pass through the Merchant Category Code (MCC) to your card issuer to let them know the type of transaction you’re making.
The Curve Card, the Samsung Pay Card and the E-money related to these cards is issued in the UK by Curve OS Limited, authorised in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority to issue electronic money (firm reference number 900926). Curve OS Ltd, registered in England and Wales, United Kingdom (company reference number: 09523903) and located at 15-19 Bloomsbury Way, Holborn, London, United Kingdom, WC1A 2TH.
The Curve Card and the e-money related to cards issued in the EEA is issued by Curve Europe UAB, authorised in Lithuania by the Bank of Lithuania (electronic money institution license No. 73 issued on 22 of October, 2020). The Curve Card and Samsung Pay Card are issued pursuant to license by Mastercard International Inc. Mastercard® is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated. Curve Europe UAB, registered in Lithuania (company reference number: 305626541) and located at Jogailos g. 9, LT-01116 Vilnius.