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HSBC Bank has 232 branches in their region. This traditional brick and mortar bank is an established bank that has presence across at least one state, and most likely uses an ATM network, but we are not aware of it.

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Learn more about HSBC Bank

HSBC Bank was established June 2004. It holds assets of 198 billion US dollars. This is considered a large national bank that most likely serves a large portion of the country. A point to consider when choosing a bank is it's health. This bank appears to be healthy. It has a texas ratio of 5%. Lower is better!

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HSBC Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(69 Reviews)
1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed By Zenith012 Dec 31, 2015


    I am a premiere banking customer, and have everything with HSBC - but 99 pct of my retirement accounts.

    Generally I have little interaction, aside from online basic transactions.

    Here is a summary of my experiences aside from deposit/withdrawals.

    Mortgage refinance : 1 out of 10. This was the most ludicrous, painful, expensive process of my life. HSBC is deceitful, incompetent, and unremorrseful. It gets a 1 because in the end it happened. I could write a book on the circus.
    Setting up online wire : 0 out of 10. Still not done. Security tokens, visiting branches. Forget it.
    Having 1,700 dispersed from and education IRA. : so far 0 out of 10. 4 branch visits, 3 phone calls. In a branch now - clueless.

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  • P
    Reviewed By Paul1231 Dec 23, 2015

    Worst bank in Canads

    Very difficult to deal with when there issues and very poor communicators. They are difficult to contact. They do not take responsibility for mistakes and try
    to make amends. Their security is overly took an hour to get a new bank card...5 minutes at another bank. Lawyers and notaries do not like to deal with them as they are so difficult.

    They have no North America. Style customer service attitude...which is probably based on their roots.

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  • G
    Reviewed By gemski Dec 15, 2015

    Atrocious online experience

    After being a happy customer for many years in the UK, I decided to open a US account when I relocated to the US. Bad decision.

    Something is seriously wrong with their back end systems - it took over 6 weeks for the cards to be delivered and they were initially delivered to the wrong addresses. Thank goodness for the halifax clarity card - if it weren't for that we'd have been facing huge fees for using our UK cards in the US.

    Its a totally different online experience - nothing is automated, you have to wait 10 days for an address to be changed, days for payments to be made, etc. The interface is really confusing and looks really old and clunky.

    Their bank charges are high - $11 for bank to bank transfers, presumably on top of whatever they cream off the conversion (that's easy to solve - just use TransferWise - but still annoying).

    The link to the UK accounts is disappointing - still charge you lots to move money, you can see the US and UK balances side by side but that's about it. Not worth it for the hassle.

    We went with them so we could transfer our UK HSBC credit history over but they said they didn't need to do that, so we're left feeling as though we got a lower limit on our credit card as a result.

    On the plus side, the person we have been dealing with in the US branch is absolutely lovely, very helpful and gets things done (shame it goes wrong when it leaves her hands!). Its the only saving grace. Opening the account in the branch was also very easy. Shame its been downhill since then!

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