UAB DEVERE E-MONEY is an electronic money institution focused on international money transfers. UAB DEVERE E-MONEY offers money transfers, currency exchange, multi-currency e-wallets, payment cards to individuals. Incorporated in Lithuania, UAB DEVERE E-MONEY is authorized and regulated by the Bank of Lithuania.
Vault allows you to instantly load and convert money in up to 27 currencies.
Debit vs Prepaid Cards. Debit cards do not have a separate balance and are connected to an account or e-wallet. Such cards are are loaded automatically when the account/e-wallet is being topped up. Prepaid cards have a separate balance from an account or e-wallet. These cards have to be loaded manually, usually from the account/e-wallet.DEVERE E-MONEY cards are issued as both physical (plastic) and virtual cards; plastic cards are delivered to the customer's address.
*) EEA stands for the European Economic Area and consists of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.
DEVERE E-MONEY do not conduct operations with cryptocurrencies.
UAB DEVERE E-MONEY is authorized by the Bank of Lithuania (authorization number LB000403) for placing cash to a payment account, withdrawing cash from a payment account, execution of payment transactions on a payment account (not covered by a credit line), execution of payment transactions on a payment account (using a credit line), issuing payment instruments or acquiring payment transactions, money remittance. The authorization was granted on 2 March 2017.
Due to EEA passport rules UAB DEVERE E-MONEY, can conduct its activities in any of the 31 EEA member states. UAB DEVERE E-MONEY do not participate in deposit guarantee schemes.
UAB DEVERE E-MONEY is a SWIFT member and a SEPA scheme participant.
UAB DEVERE E-MONEY is connected to MasterCard payment card scheme.