British FINTECH startup in mobile banking Revolut may be fined for an ad in the London underground, which stated that 11867 users of its apps bought vegan roll, and 12750 persons ordered food delivery for one to the Valentine’s holiday.

The advertising message was seen by many as belittling single people, and, as is indicated in the figures were invented and can be confusing for users, representatives of the Committee for advertising standards in the UK (ASA) has filed a complaint with the Office of financial supervision of great Britain (FCA).

Recall that in mid-December Revolut received in Lithuania, the banking license that allows him to legally conduct business in the countries of the European Union. In the coming months the company intends to provide individuals and legal entities from the UK, France, Germany and Poland the opportunity to open current accounts, obtain loans and place deposits of up to €100 thousand will be insured in the framework of the European system of Deposit guarantee (EDIS).