Curve Cash Auto-Use allows you to use your Curve Cash balance without any effort! With this feature turned on, you can automatically pay with Curve Cash for any purchase without having to manually select Curve Cash.
Remember – to be successful, the transaction’s value must fit within your available Curve Cash balance and be above 10 p. Payments cannot be split between Curve Cash and another funding card and your balance will need to cover the total price of the purchase.
The good news here? You don’t have to switch your cards around to check it – if you don’t have enough Curve Cash, the purchase will be covered by your selected payment card in your Curve Wallet! Easy, right?
How do I turn it off?
Simply open your Curve Cash Card’s details and toggle the option’s button off. As this is an opt-in feature, you won’t have to use it if you don’t want to!
Spending your Curve Cash with Curve Cash Auto-Use
Keep in mind that Curve Cash consists of so much more than just earning your Cashback. Your Curve Cash Card holds also Curve Cash earned through Signup Bonus, using Curve Send and receiving refunds. With Curve Cash Auto-Use turned on, you would spend your Curve Cash balance accumulated from all those features before reaching out to other payment cards added to your Curve Wallet.
Can I earn cashback with this feature turned on?
Unfortunately, according to our Curve Cash scheme, you won’t receive any cashback on purchases paid for using your Curve Cash balance. Sorry!
Can I GBiT on a transaction made with this feature?
We’re sorry, but it’s a no from us. If you’ve paid for your purchase with Curve Cash, then the current restrictions with Curve Cash will still apply and you won’t be able to move the transaction to another payment card.
You can learn more about moving your transactions with Go Back in Time here.
Can I withdraw money from the ATM with this feature on?
Sorry, but our Curve Cash scheme rules will still apply in this case and your points can’t be used to withdraw cash at an ATM. The cash you withdraw will always come from your underlying payment card’s bank account.