Today, Crypto.com announced that they are switching to a new issuer (Foris MT Limited), replacing UAB Payrnet. The Crypto.com Visa new issuer update was announced this morning and hopefully will shorten the times for producing, shipping, and delivering the cards. I wonder if the quality of the cards would change.
The Crypto.com Visa is known for a high-quality metal debit card (read about the best crypto debit cards here), but also for long delays in shipping and delivery times. Check out my Crypto.com Visa unboxing post here.
Crypto.com Visa New Issuer – Full Announcement
Dear Valued Customer,
We’re pleased to inform you that Crypto.com is now a Visa Principal Member in Europe and can issue the Crypto.com Visa Card on its own. Starting today, the new issuer of your Crypto.com Visa Card will be Foris MT Limited, replacing UAB “PayrNet”.
The switchover will be completed on 21 December 2022. Your Crypto.com Visa Card will remain fully operational and no action is required from you.
There are no changes to the fees you’ll be charged for using your Crypto.com Visa Card. You can view the Crypto.com Visa Card Terms and Conditions here and all fees relating to the Crypto.com Visa Card here. To make the switch, we’ve made some minor changes to your existing terms and conditions to reflect the change of the issuer of your Crypto.com Visa Card.
By using the Crypto.com Visa Card you’re agreeing to the Terms and Conditions. If you don’t agree to the Terms and Conditions, you can request the termination of your Crypto.com Visa Card at no cost by notifying us before 19 February 2023.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help.