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HSBC Bank has 230 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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HSBC Bank was established June 2004. It holds assets of 200 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 8%. Lower is better!

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HSBC Bank Branches Customer Reviews

(80 Reviews)
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    Reviewed By ChinaDavid Apr 21, 2017

    Not a bank but a criminal conspiracy

    What all of you folks are forgetting is that HSBC, like any other too-big-to-fail and too-big-to-jail outfit, don't give a monkey's butt about you. They are there masquerading as a bank in order to carry on their illegal international operations. THAT'S where the money is, not handling piddly little consumer accounts like ours.

    In view of the large number of ethical and legal violations committed by HSBC in the recent past, such as laundering money for Mexican drug cartels, violation of Iran sanctions, moving money for an al-Qaida linked Saudi bank, LIBOR manipulation, and assisting drug cartels in buying planes through Cayman Island accounts, is it really any wonder that you get lousy service from this gang of crooks? If you're a criminal with millions on account with them, you have no worries, you will ALWAYS be taken care of. The rest of you can eat cake.

    I'm a U.S. citizen living in China with an HSBC business account in Hong Kong. I'm small potatoes, not a big customer at all, and they make next to no money off of me. Which is why they feel justified in harassing me constantly for copies of this, certified copies of that, whatever paper they think they need at any given time that proves that I'm not some international jewel thief. Now they are asking for certified copies of EVERYTHING that was used to open the account 6 years ago. This is for my protection you see, to protect me from "financial crime risk". Thanks, I appreciate you're working so hard to protect me, but really, there's no need. I'll happily close the account when I'm in Hong Kong next week.

    The latest bunch of circus hoops I had to jump through was FATCA compliance documentation. For over a year, I provided the documents they required, over and over again. After about 5 times of fighting with them and arguing with them (they never could tell me EXACTLY what it was they wanted from me that I wasn't already giving to them) I finally had to engage the services of my accountant to deal with the matter. AMAZING! After a 10 minute phone conversation between him and the FATCA compliance department (the very same people I had hand delivered the documents to), there was no problem any longer! I only had to pay the accountant HK$1,500 for this! Thanks HSBC!

    In short folks, stick to your local community bank. International monstrosities such as HSBC don't want you, don't care about you, and will try to squeeze you dry before throwing you away.

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    Reviewed By Koryo Feb 27, 2017

    HSBC has my money and won't return it

    I have an account in France with HSBC that was opened when I worked for a French company. After losing my job with the French company, I have tried for many years to get my money out of the bank in Paris. I have filled out forms and sent them registered mail to an individual who was supposed to help me. I have opened an account in the USA in order to try and transfer the funds to that account. All efforts have failed and soon the money will be transferred to the French government. This has become a nightmare....

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    Reviewed By SophiaTaiwan Dec 31, 2016


    They don't care new customer and discriminated non US citizen. I visited this office yesterday, and want to open a new account. They asked me that are you US citizen? I answer "no". I have GC. And then, they asked me to come back after two hours. Very bad customer service.
    They don't care small customer. They care big guy.

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