Embossed or not

Also, thermal printed gives us a much wider character set (as you don’t need a physical model for each character). As a result, you can have accents and special characters on your name, which isn’t possible with embossed cards.

Another hidden perk of Monzo Plus we should advertise :eyes:


Fun fact, a few months ago we had someone who legally changed their name to a famous celebrity’s child’s name (I will not attempt to pronounce it) and wanted to have it printed on a card.

Not enclosing the celebrity’s name, but you can probably guess


That Musk be an unusual request…… :eyes:


Was it short or Elon-gated?


Did you manage to do it in the end?

What about emoji?!

Yes. We printed it. Including the weird Latin Æ


Unfortunately our card manufacturers don’t support that. What a shame - it would have been revolutionary


Maybe the next time you put out for tender :thinking:

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Do you support emoji in email addresses by chance?

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You ok there?


Not after grammar like that, no. Are you sure you didn’t invent the word frauded? :wink::laughing:


Is there plans to have the numbers on the back of the hot coral card. It’s cleaner and makes my wallets not suffer from having the card Number wear into it :sweat_smile: @arthur-ceccotti


Is that not rather close to revealing customers’ personal details?

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No more than saying “Monzo have a customer named Neil / Bob / James / Tim / Alex” would, I expect. It’s non-specific and doesn’t identify any single person.

Saying “Celebrity child Pilot Inspektor Lee has a Monzo account” would be revealing customer details, as then a single person is being identified. Or in this case, saying “Monzo customer Neil 0 changed their name to a famous celebrity child’s name (I will not attempt to pronounce it)” would be identifying. But that line hasn’t been crossed at all.


I’ve jumped in to remove some Off Topic content in here - let’s keep things civil.

Everyone should be pretty up to date with the Code of Conduct but I’ve linked it just for clarity :+1:

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Thank you for your detailed response.

They take up no room in your wallet if you use your phone as a card :wink:

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