Contact HSBC on their UK customer service telephone number 0345 740 4404 for general enquiries about their current accounts and to confirm the interest rates that apply to their diverse range of mortgages, loans, savings accounts and credit cards.
Call the HSBC UK helpline for its existing customers on +44 3457 404 404.
When contacting this number, you can expect assistance regarding any enquiries you may have regarding any type of account you may possess with the bank. HSBC has a separate number for enquiries from prospective customers so this contact is purely for those wishing for assistance pertaining to their pre-existing service. Lines are open from 8am- 10pm every day and as HSBC uses a 03 number, calls to the bank are no more expensive than calling a regular landline.
As this helpline is for current customers, the issues it specializes in range from arranging loans and mortgages, replacing lost or stolen cards to discussing policies.
The number should also be called by customers looking to enquire about their savings, including interest rates. The HSBC existing customer helpline utilizes a professional team experienced in resolving any concerns and maintaining customer satisfaction. HSBC is successful in training a responsive and helpful staff that takes seriously the financial concerns of the caller.
HSBC Holdings plc is a UK based, British multinational banking and financial services company with its headquarters in London.
The bank was founded in London in 1991 by the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, which accordingly lend their initials to its name. In fact, HSBC refers to both the United Kingdom and Hong Kong as its ‘home markets’. HSBC has around 6,600 offices in 80 countries and territories, with over 60 million customers.
It is no surprise therefore that HSBC is the world’s largest bank by asset and sixth-largest public company.
Phone HSBC to speak to UK customer services by calling their helpline number 0345 740 4404 to open a new current & savings account and to apply for a new loan, mortgage or credit card.