Curve has a fantastic offer for all Payments Association members. Get £10 when you sign-up to Curve with the code Payments Association01

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Curve is the latest in fintech technology. Curve elevates your banking experience and makes it transparent, personalised, secure, rewarding and instantaneous. Curve connects all your cards into a digital wallet app, which you use through one physical Mastercard.

From the Curve app you can choose which card you want to use, see all your spend from all your accounts, get real time notifications, and break down your transactions across business and personal spend. Curve is safer than carrying all your cards with you – you’re able to lock and unlock your Curve card instantly, while Curve Customer protection offers the best purchase coverage on the market protecting your purchases up to £100,000*.

Curve doesn’t stop there. Curve eliminates your underlying bank cards’ exchange fees, giving you the best foreign exchange rates on all your cards*. And if you have used the wrong card to make a purchase, Curve allows you to Go Back In Time and change the card you used. Plus, there are rewards. With Curve you continue to earn rewards on your underlying cards, plus an additional 1% cashback on a selection of your favourite retailers, loaded instantly into your Curve cash card*.

Do more with your money. Curve invites all Payments Association members to get Curve today and earn £10 when you sign-up with the code Payments Association01.

For more detailed information on plans, click here.Click here for more detail on Curve Customer Protection.

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**By using the Payments Association01 promo code, you agree to the Terms of Service

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