With the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, Curve would lose the right to serve our European customers after 31.12.2020.
BUT! We’ve planned ahead and established a European subsidiary in Lithuania. That means that we’ll keep serving both the UK and the European customers after 2020 ends. 🎉
Check out our blog to find out more details or keep reading to find some core information that you might want to know now.
Brexit doesn’t affect your Curve account. The e-money license that we’ve recently acquired in Lithuania will allow you to make use of your Curve Card outside of the UK as normal, without any disruptions when the Brexit transition period ends.
You don’t need to take any action.
As Curve is based primarily in the UK, to continue offering our services to you following the end of the Brexit transition period we’ve established a subsidiary in Lithuania.
Result: the accounts of our European customers will be moved from Curve OS Limited (licensed by the UK Financial Conduct Authority) to Curve Europe UAB (licensed by the Bank of Lithuania). You don’t need to take any action.
You’ll be provided with your Curve subscription without any disruptions, which means you won’t need to get a new card, you’ll keep your current subscription benefits and you’ll be able to use your Curve Card as normal.
Important! Keep an eye out for an official email from us in December 2020. You'll have at least two months from when you receive this email to let us know if you're happy with the changes we’ve made.
You can always get in touch if you feel there’s anything else you need.