Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC
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Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC

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Edited by:"cprasad"Found 17th Oct
Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC
Offer ends 26 November 2017

New customers who open an HSBC Advance Bank Account will get £150 when using the Current Account Switch Service

Get an extra £50 after 12 months, just for staying with us*

Plus get a 6 month interest and fee free overdraft

To be eligible for HSBC Advance customers will need to pay in a minimum of £1,750 per month

No monthly account fee
24/7 customer service
£500 daily ATM cash withdrawals
Contactless debit card (subject to status)
5% AER/Gross with our Regular Saver*1
£250 off booking fees on our Standard mortgage range*2
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
A minimum overdraft offer of £1000 at account opening*3
Access to HSBC Share the Experience Programme.

10% interest cashback on loans*4Representative
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You'll need to register for Mobile or Online Banking within 60 days of account opening for the extra £50 payable after 12 months. The above offer applies to successful applications received by 26 November 2017 and is subject to availability. You can switch accounts over the telephone or in branch once your account is open. You cannot complete the CASS switch online. Full details of the offer can be found here

Overdrafts - HSBC Advance, 17.9% Representative example (assumed overdraft £1,200): 17.9% EAR variable. HSBC Premier, 0% on first £500 overdrawn then 11.9%
Representative example (assumed overdraft £1,200): 0% EAR variable on the first £500 and 11.9% EAR on the rest.

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woldranger1 m ago

CheersThat's handy then. Would've made sense for the OP to have mentioned …CheersThat's handy then. Would've made sense for the OP to have mentioned the accounts were free though.


They probably did not need to, since they had no reason to believe otherwise, would be more common to specify if there were clauses.
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I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's so, then please add in a prominent place in the description so it's clear for people to see before they click through and apply.

woldranger1 m ago

I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's …I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's so, then please add in a prominent place in the description so it's clear for people to see before they click through and apply.

I have this account and do not pay a monthly fee.

woldranger3 m ago

I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's …I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's so, then please add in a prominent place in the description so it's clear for people to see before they click through and apply.




Clear as day in the first line.....

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canaryruss4 m ago

I have this account and do not pay a monthly fee.


Cheers
cicobuff3 m ago

Clear as day in the first line.....[Image]


That's handy then. Would've made sense for the OP to have mentioned the accounts were free though.

woldranger1 m ago

CheersThat's handy then. Would've made sense for the OP to have mentioned …CheersThat's handy then. Would've made sense for the OP to have mentioned the accounts were free though.


They probably did not need to, since they had no reason to believe otherwise, would be more common to specify if there were clauses.

I'm with First Direct, does anyone know if I can I switch to this?

£1750 monthly pay in might be a bit steep for some?
Edited by: "defgimp" 17th Oct

cicobuff10 m ago

They probably did not need to, since they had no reason to believe …They probably did not need to, since they had no reason to believe otherwise, would be more common to specify if there were clauses.


There are plenty of premium accounts that have monthly fees. The description was a straight copy/paste from the website - hence why additional info wasn't in there and why I requested it be added.

woldranger20 m ago

I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's …I'm assuming that there are monthly fees for these accounts - if that's so, then please add in a prominent place in the description so it's clear for people to see before they click through and apply.


there is a monthly fee for both advance and the premium account, however the fee will cover phone insurance and some other benefits.

Wait what, literally free money am I missing something here?

Original Poster

Just realise this is an duplicate post. hence expiring this deals.

Mohammad.Omar54 m ago

there is a monthly fee for both advance and the premium account, however …there is a monthly fee for both advance and the premium account, however the fee will cover phone insurance and some other benefits.


Misinformation

defgimp1 h, 0 m ago

I'm with First Direct, does anyone know if I can I switch to this?£1750 …I'm with First Direct, does anyone know if I can I switch to this?£1750 monthly pay in might be a bit steep for some?

​same company..... but if anyone finds out let us know I'm fd too

woldranger2 h, 18 m ago

There are plenty of premium accounts that have monthly fees. The …There are plenty of premium accounts that have monthly fees. The description was a straight copy/paste from the website - hence why additional info wasn't in there and why I requested it be added.


As with anyone, if you really want it added do it yourself, the edit function is available for amending OP's post if you feel necessary.

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@romeo259 Hi I've unexpired as the previous deal is over a month old. Thanks for posting

cicobuff55 m ago

As with anyone, if you really want it added do it yourself, the edit …As with anyone, if you really want it added do it yourself, the edit function is available for amending OP's post if you feel necessary.


I've never edited anyone else's post and have no intention of doing so. If something needs amending I'd like to think that the OP in question would do it or a mod would take charge. Random people going around altering people's post is never a good idea - after all, that's what moderators are for.

woldranger1 h, 39 m ago

I've never edited anyone else's post and have no intention of doing so. If …I've never edited anyone else's post and have no intention of doing so. If something needs amending I'd like to think that the OP in question would do it or a mod would take charge. Random people going around altering people's post is never a good idea - after all, that's what moderators are for.


Considering only you found it necessary and the option exists perhaps you should consider taking charge yourself of your own complaints.

After all....that is what the edit original post option is for.

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Edited by: "cicobuff" 17th Oct

Cracking deal! Took some time to do the cass as you have to go to branch or over the phone. Got my £150 after about 4 weeks! App is good but lots of codes to enter but at least no one can take your money even if they hack into your account! What i object to is the app on the iphone can produce these random codes but an ipad can't. So with an ipad you need a calculator thingy.

Too secure if there is such a thing. Surely under £100 quid you shouldn't need a code as you've used a code to log in!

All on all great service. Look forward to my extra £50 in about 7 months time!

I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and it was so difficult and included FOUR visits to the branch to deal with various paperwork after the bank cocked up so many times

Cant believe thesedays that a branch cannot do full account opening and switching online

jase.225 m ago

I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and …I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and it was so difficult and included FOUR visits to the branch to deal with various paperwork after the bank cocked up so many times Cant believe thesedays that a branch cannot do full account opening and switching online


I did not have any problems! And do recommend the switch!

Can previous customer benefit if they have switched previously

My application was recently accepted for this account online. Didn't hear anything back so spend 2 40 minute calls to their call centre in Malaysia and an hour in an understaffed branch before I was shown a letter, which was never sent to me, indicating my application was declined but that I could apply for a basic account.

Despite the waste of time I'm glad I didn't switch as the customer service from their sister bank First Direct is in a different league.

does the mandotory input of £1750 have to be made in one go? im thinking to transfer the difference my salary wouldnt cover in from another account, and setting up a standing order from this HSBC account to pay that amount back to my other account.

If that would be against the rules then not worth trying it.
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