Currensea connects to your current account, offers better rates and doesn’t charge for transactions. It is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and registered to use Open Banking technology to connect with your bank.
Currensea offers business and personal debit cards that connects to your main business or personal bank account. That means no more prepaid cards or opening up new bank accounts for spending overseas. No more top-ups, no more managing separate balances, no more hassle.
Advantages of using Currensea Business debit card:
- Exchange rate 0% above wholesale
- Automatic integration with all accounting platforms
- Virtual or physical World Debit card
- Tailored spending limits to meet your needs
- No hidden transaction fees, even at the weekend
- Zero ATM withdrawal fee up to £500/month
Advantages of using Currensea personal debit card:
- Smart - Saves up to 85% on charges vs your bank Currensea doesn't charge extras such as non-sterling or ATM withdrawal fees, and they don't add extra charges at weekends.
- Easy - Spend from your own bank account when travelling abroad, just with a different card. Currensea connects to your account just like your bank's debit card.
- Your money is secure - Your money stays safely in your bank account. The payments are taken via Direct Debit, and only when you authorise a transaction.
- Sustainable - Use some (or all) of the savings from your travels to plant trees. Currensea do that for you. $100 spent with Currensea could plant 3 trees! Keep track of your forest with your personalised dashboard.
Find below the list of all the bank partners that Currensea debit card could be connected to. To find all bank partners, visit Currensea here.
- Bank of Scotland
- First Direct
- LLOYDS Bank
- Ulster Bank
For promoting Currensea Business Card you will receive 23 GBP CPA per card order.
For promoting Currensea personal Card you will receive 7 GBP CPA per card order.
Note: The advertiser deduplicate against other channels using last-touch attribution model
Currensea can be promoted via:
- SEA but not on the name of the advertiser
- Ads on own Facebook and Twiitter pages
- Emailing (opt-in)