Contact HSBC Bank
HSBC is one of the largest banks in the world, with branches in 71 countries across the globe, and a strong place in several stock markets including London and Hong Kong among others. It has been chosen for over 45 million people and provides services in finances, account and cards, wealth management, commercial banking, loans and mortgages, savings, and global markets. It has been awarded and recognized as one of the best banks in the world, and its strong place in global finances for big and small customers has been earned by years of experience and building up a world class bank structure.
You can contact Hsbc bank for a large number of reasons, but it can be difficult to find the right number. The bank has many phone lines in different countries, and you need to search its website until you find the one you are looking for. However, here we provide a unique phone line that you can use to contact any section of the bank that you want. The personnel of HSBC will promptly listen to your request and solve any problem or enquiry that you may have. You can contact HSBC bank today by calling the following number.
0844 850 0131
Important security information when contacting HSBC
HSBC is working every day to ensure the safety of its clients' assets, money and personal information. Just as all world class banks, it constantly develops new solutions and stragegies for its customers, so they can know they are secured when they work with HSBC bank, and feel free from all concerns.
When you contact your bank on the telephone, you must provide certain information if you want to order major transactions or changes in your account or customer status. This includes changes in your direct debits, your HSBC credit card status and your PIN, among others. In order to make sure that your assets are free of fraud and it is you who is making the call, instead of a malicious third party trying to steal from you or harm you in any way, you will be required to provide certain security information.
The security measures of HSBC already forsee this. When you create your account in the system, you are requested to provide security questiosn that you will be required to answer in order to prove your identity at a time later. You must make sure that you bear these answers on mind so the process flows seamlessly and there is no problem for you.
If you have lost your PIN or forgotten about your security questions, you can request a PIN recovery by contacting the security centre. You will have to follow a series of steps in order to confirm your identity, so the bank is sure it is not disclosing your PIN to a third person. Keep your personal details at hand and a member of the staff will guide you through the process.
Information you need to provide when opening an account
If you want to open an account or get a credit card from HSBC Bank, you will be requested to provide certain information. Some of this is required for your filing in the bank, but other details will help the institution decide whether or not you are eligible for certain plans, loans and regimes. In example, you may qualify for wider or narrower credit margins, or a merchant bank account.
Along with your personal information - name, address, contact data - you will also be required to state your income - from all sources, not only salary or rent -, your properties or important possessions, and your credit score. Additional information might be required for specific services, such as tax compliance for merchant accounts.
If you already have an account on another bank and you would like to switch to HSBC, along with all of the above you will have to provide information on your account at your old bank. Your old bank should provide all this data to you or directly to HSBC upon request. If your old account is held at an UK bank, you will be requested to inform HSBC of all your direct debits and your standing orders up to 5 days prior. HSBC will check this information with your old bank. Also, state your old account's balance, because it will be transferred to your new HSBC account.
If your old account is from the EU, you will be requested to provide all information above. In addition, you will have to inform of your regular credits for the past 13 months. Your old bank should provide all this information upon request.