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Curve gets services back online over weekend

Curve, the UK fintech which consolidates multiple cards into one, has recovered its services following the suspension of Wirecard’s UK subsidiary by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Temporarily, users could not use their Curve card to make payments directly, or through a digital wallet The suspension occurred last week due to parent company Wirecard filing for insolvency. The German firm fell into trouble due to an accounting scandal which revealed a $2 billion hole on its balance sheet. Curve is the first of a handful of fintechs to get services back online. The firm claims more than 1.3 million customers.…
Curve gets services back online over weekend

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