It must surely be a risk factor though, in context with everything else going through the account.
I do a spot of matched betting and religiously use a dedicated, separate account, just because it’s incredibly annoying if your general current account gets locked.
I can live with funds being locked for a while, but not direct debits bouncing or no access to savings, investments etc.
There’s a lot of frustration on the Revolut forum on this point. Once your account is locked, you can’t do anything with your investments either. I think bundling services into one app creates additional risk for the customer, when an account is locked.
I assume you can’t access your dozens investments once your account is locked…
Educating customers to understand that, while some things are perfectly legal, they are also highly associated with potentially illegal activity, so you should really consider whether you want to do certain things all in the same place, would be a good move, imo.