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Old 29.09.2020, 17:28
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Re: Something like revolut

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There’s no app needed to pay into Revolut either. You can just use the bank account details as have been provided.
I think the OP could have been a bit unclear as to which direction should the money go.
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something that is super simple for my UK family to send money to without me having to maintain a UK bank account
I understood that s/he needs to send money to her/his family/mother (her bank account) in the UK, who doesn't want to handle any apps.

True, one can also send money from Revolut to a "real" bank account not owned by the Revolut app holder.
I wrongly thought it is not possible (mixed the thoughts up with some brokerage accounts).

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This is an interesting one with the English language. "Cash" usually means money in notes and/or coins, or at least it used to. Cash machine. Cash-in-hand. Cash a cheque. Cash only.


PS as already said, Revolut does this too.
Curious point to pick out.

Yes and no.
Cash as an asset is also "virtual" - as in sitting in your bank account instead of being invested into other assets.
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