HSBC is one of the largest banking financial services organisations in the world. It has 7500 offices in over 80 countries and territories in Europe. Their headquarters are in London. Serving more than 45 million customers it focuses on growth, connecting customers to opportunities and enabling business. HSBC customer service is dedicated to improve the experience of the customers.
Contacts with telephone numbers of HSBC
For queries and other banking services, customers can call the HSBC telephone number +1800-975-4722. The tasks that can be performed include replacement of debit card, changing address, ordering a new cheque book, finding an IBAN code and activating a credit card. Help pages are available for search for most frequently asked questions. The HSBC free telephone number is 03457400004.
HSBC customer service on the internet
The interface of HSBC website is pretty easy to follow. The online customer service offers a wide range of solutions to their customers. You can type in your question in the question box to receive an instant response. If you have replaced your debit card and want it to be sent to you, send an e-message through the online banking service; if you wish to change your home address, you can visit the change of address on their support page, and to order a new cheque book, you have to be a registered member of the internet banking service and send a secure e-message. In case you want to find your international bank account number (IBAN), the customer support advices that you check for it at the top of your bank account statements. Apart from online banking, other information offered by the customer support include finding a branch, moving abroad, bereavement and closing an account.
The HSBC twitter username for the customer service is @HSBC_UK_help and the Facebook page is called HSBC UK. The customer support service has a live chat option that will engage customers and respond to their queries as soon as possible. There is an online video guide on the site to help customers navigate through online banking.
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