Refunds on Curve Cash used to be instant. How do i opt in for that instead of refund in the underlying card ?
You can’t. The refund will go to the underlying payment card, you used for the original purchase. Only when the refund couldn’t be matched to the original transaction, it will be processed to your Curve Cash account.
Before it went to Curve Cash. Are there any plans to bring back this ?
I doubt it.
Moving one way definitely means it can move the other way. Would be fantastic if there was an option to receive the refund on Curve Cash. And frankly, why not ? Curve loses absolutely nothing… its 100% no brainer win-win
I quite liked the idea of refunds going to Curve Cash, it was kind of nice that the money would be instantly available.
Would be nice if we could see it return as an optional feature one day when the concept and technology is more mature.
I also upvote this feature - when will it be available as I see it has been promised for 6 months?
Hey @ac welcome to the Community! This isn’t something that we’re working on bringing back at the moment. As Paul linked above, we took feedback on board and changed the process so that refunds would be processed to the original card used if possible. If there’s no transaction to match it to, then it will be processed to your Curve Cash card.
Thanks @poeliev, but this doesn’t update me on where the progress is at or the timeline to re-instate it?
As Hannah is writing it isn’t something Curve is working on at the moment (so no progress to report at the moment). And it’s quite likely it isn’t on the planning either, because she probably would have mentioned it.
I, personally, don’t think (I am actually quite certain) that the situation where all refunds go on the Curve Cash card will ever be reinstated.
Cheers! Such a shame though as it would have been a nifty little feature to have!
I am pretty sure In most countries refunds have to legally go back on the original card which is why Curve can’t make this a feature
Where the cards have expired it’s up to the card issuer to credit to the replacement account/card.
That’s my understanding anyway. If I am wrong I am sure someone will come along soon and correct me lol
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