Hsbc Save Togeather lump sum £300 or £25 a month and hsbc will add £10 credit to your ISA monthly (worth £120 over year) from 1st March hsbc advance customers only
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Hsbc Save Togeather lump sum £300 or £25 a month and hsbc will add £10 credit to your ISA monthly (worth £120 over year) from 1st March hsbc advance customers only

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Found 16th Feb 2015
On 1 March 2015 we're introducing a new and exclusive benefit for our HSBC Advance Bank Account customers called Save Together

• With this benefit you could receive up to an extra £120 in interest payments from us into an HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA.


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TOGETHER, WE ADVANCE


Dear Mr HongKongShanghaiBankCorp

Introducing Save Together
On 1 March 2015 we're introducing a new and exclusive benefit for our HSBC Advance Bank Account customers called Save Together.

With this benefit you could receive up to an extra £120 in interest payments from us into an HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA*1. This is in addition to the preferential savings rate*2 available to you.
How to benefit from Save Together
To start enjoying this benefit, you'll need to have an HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA and make an eligible payment*3 into it. We'll then start to pay in an extra £10 a month for up to 12 months.

Our Save Together offer is subject to eligibility and terms and conditions. Please refer to our Save Together Summary and Save Together Terms and Conditions within this email or by visiting hsbc.co.uk/sav…her. We recommend you read these carefully and keep this email in a safe place for future reference.

Please also take the time to consider whether the HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA product is appropriate for your needs.

If you have any queries, please call us on 03457 404 404*4, or visit us in branch and we’ll be happy to help.

Thank you for banking with HSBC.

Yours sincerely

Bruno Genovese
UK Head of HSBC Advance

89 Comments

Is it available for Swiss bank accounts?

backinstock

Is it available for Swiss bank accounts?



hawhawhaw so funny. oO

Original Poster

They are all at it, not sure why hsbc been picked out..
Even the queens bank has a branch .. Lol

Barclays Bank (Suisse) SA, Geneva
Barclays Capital, Zurich Branch of Barclays Bank PLC, London
Lloyds Bank plc, Londres, succursale de Genève, Geneva
HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) SA, Geneva
IG Bank S.A., Geneva
RBS Coutts Bank AG
Standard Chartered Bank (Switzerland
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 16th Feb 2015

Banned

How much needs to be account to qualify? ??

Original Poster

sofiasar

How much needs to be account to qualify? ??


£300 lump sum (kept in 12 months) or £25 a month for 12 months

Hot! Already have the advance loyalty isa so money for nothing is awesome.

Banned

okay. so can you have 2 isa accounts. I already have 1

Terms say if you have a joint account you can both have an isa.

Is there a monthly fee for the HSBC Advance account?

No, we got upgraded recently and pay no fee.

gemmaem

No, we got upgraded recently and pay no fee.


Thanks

HSBC CS is horrible. For some of their accounts, you get a dedicated advisor. If Advance is one of those accounts, avoid it like a plague. They can't get simple things done correctly and when you want to speak to them, you are not allowed to just pop into the branch like any other regular accounts and queue for any HSBC advisors, you have to call your own advisor and he/she will tell you to wait 3-4 days before you can go in. And then he/she will just mess up whatever you ask them to do and continue the torture cycle. Its absolutely the worst service you will get.

Slash

HSBC CS is horrible. For some of their accounts, you get a dedicated … HSBC CS is horrible. For some of their accounts, you get a dedicated advisor. If Advance is one of those accounts, avoid it like a plague. They can't get simple things done correctly and when you want to speak to them, you are not allowed to just pop into the branch like any other regular accounts and queue for any HSBC advisors, you have to call your own advisor and he/she will tell you to wait 3-4 days before you can go in. And then he/she will just mess up whatever you ask them to do and continue the torture cycle. Its absolutely the worst service you will get.



The Advance account is free (I think you need to have your salary coming in to that account each month) and it gives you perks like preferential mortgage and loan rates and up to £500 withdraw limit from ATMs vs the usual £300.

Hot deal - I happened to be in HSBC today and was kindly advised this over the counter.

for the advance account you need at least 1600 being paid into the account for new customers I believe.

old advance customers were upgraded for free for the first year.

they withdrew the advance account and revamped it entirely and are gradually brining it back as a different product so new t&cs

my mistake £1750

Are you 18 years or over?Will you be paying in at least £1,750 or more each month into this account, not including money transferred from other sole or joint personal accounts held with HSBC Bank?Are you happy for us to undertake a credit register search, credit scoring and internal checks (PDF)?

Just to be clear you need to pay in a lump sum of £300 or £25 a month... but you also have to pay in 'at least £1750 a month' as well... sorry a bit confused
Jane

1stDirect will pay 6% on upto £300 p/m, if you hold a 1st Account, for which you don't need to be paying in £1750p/m to qualify.

Slash

HSBC CS is horrible. For some of their accounts, you get a dedicated … HSBC CS is horrible. For some of their accounts, you get a dedicated advisor. If Advance is one of those accounts, avoid it like a plague. They can't get simple things done correctly and when you want to speak to them, you are not allowed to just pop into the branch like any other regular accounts and queue for any HSBC advisors, you have to call your own advisor and he/she will tell you to wait 3-4 days before you can go in. And then he/she will just mess up whatever you ask them to do and continue the torture cycle. Its absolutely the worst service you will get.



100% agree, I was a premier customer and could not deal with my branch - it was agony. Had to insist they removed me.

Nanajane

Just to be clear you need to pay in a lump sum of £300 or £25 a month... b … Just to be clear you need to pay in a lump sum of £300 or £25 a month... but you also have to pay in 'at least £1750 a month' as well... sorry a bit confusedJane



£300 one off or £25 per month in to the loyalty cash isa in order to get the £10 per month 'bonus', but in order to get the loyalty cash isa in the first place, you need to have an HSBC Advance account, which requires you to pay in £1750 per month (e.g. if you get your salary paid in to your account and it's over £1750 per month after tax). It doesn't mean that you have to keep the £1750 in your account, you can spend it as you would normally so long as you get it paid in monthly.
Edited by: "donslibi" 16th Feb 2015

donslibi

£300 one off or £25 per month in to the loyalty cash isa in order to get t … £300 one off or £25 per month in to the loyalty cash isa in order to get the £10 per month 'bonus', but in order to get the loyalty cash isa in the first place, you need to have an HSBC Advance account, which requires you to pay in £1750 per month (e.g. if you get your salary paid in to your account and it's over £1750 per month after tax). It doesn't mean that you have to keep the £1750 in your account, you can spend it as you would normally so long as you get it paid in monthly.



Thank you for the clarification... I get it now, Jane

Banned

Thanks OP

Scrubby tax dodging bank

lol thought this email was junkmail. 1/3 of 300 sounds good.

Original Poster

46 hot votes and a load of haters, and so many confusing blatantly incorrect comments..

To have the advance account you need to pay in £1750 monthly, this is the name given to your current account

If you are an advance account customer for this ISA you then pay in £300 lump or £25 a month to get paid £10 bonus per month, ie 1st March pay in £300, yen receive 12x£10 for each month the money is in, or pay £25 a month and get £10 a month, or pay more in..

Last time I had a regular saver with HSBC, I could not withdraw the money after it matured. When I queried, I was told that I knew about its disappearing for about 1 week from the system and hence could not be touched. I never knew that, but how could I argue the case as it was a year ago when I started the thing. Apparently, Lloyds did the same with my son's ISA. The money would disappear for about a week and hence no access or could it be seen in the online system. Beware of that. I wanted to pay the gas fitter only to find I would not be able to touch it. Of course, HSBC sent me a very nasty letter, the same attitude when they were found out about money-laundering!

aym280

Last time I had a regular saver with HSBC, I could not withdraw the money … Last time I had a regular saver with HSBC, I could not withdraw the money after it matured. When I queried, I was told that I knew about its disappearing for about 1 week from the system and hence could not be touched. I never knew that, but how could I argue the case as it was a year ago when I started the thing. Apparently, Lloyds did the same with my son's ISA. The money would disappear for about a week and hence no access or could it be seen in the online system. Beware of that. I wanted to pay the gas fitter only to find I would not be able to touch it. Of course, HSBC sent me a very nasty letter, the same attitude when they were found out about money-laundering!


that made no sense.

You also get access to their 6% regular saver if you open an Advance account as well.

HSBC are horrible, closed my account and my Wifes without even giving her notice.
All i'd done transfer funds in to pay off my mortgage with cash that had been removed from a HSBC savings account previously when theyd zerod the interest rate. not to be trusted and then all this stuff comes out about Suisse bank accounts... so dodgy

Just moved £300 out of my HSBC Loyalty ISA...... to move it back in on the 2nd March!!

Damn I was declined for the advance account...

Banned

Where would I get £1750 a month
.that's a person who has a degree and earns that much..
shame

You dont have to pay in £1750 in one go, it can be done in £200 chunks (transferred in and out multiple times) for example.

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sofiasar

Where would I get £1750 a month.that's a person who has a degree and … Where would I get £1750 a month.that's a person who has a degree and earns that much..shame


£1750 is the monthly income/wage paid into the advance bank account, to get the ISA you have to have this bank account,
Otherwise hsbc will offer your a regular current account, but you will be unable to take this ISA

is it available for hsbc premier customers?

gemignani

is it available for hsbc premier customers?


No

dodgymix

HSBC are horrible, closed my account and my Wifes without even giving her … HSBC are horrible, closed my account and my Wifes without even giving her notice.All i'd done transfer funds in to pay off my mortgage with cash that had been removed from a HSBC savings account previously when theyd zerod the interest rate. not to be trusted and then all this stuff comes out about Suisse bank accounts... so dodgy



Did you email the CEO to complain. HSBC are tough cookies, not likely to admit fault. However, if you know how to type, why not rumble them a bit. Complain to the Ombudsman. Email does not cost money, time, yes. If you are in the right, they usually send you some money! Most important thing is that this should not be allowed to happen.

sofiasar

Where would I get £1750 a month.that's a person who has a degree and … Where would I get £1750 a month.that's a person who has a degree and earns that much..shame



You make your money travel round and round. That's how I get my interest. If this is too tough, open a TSB account as you only need to pay £500. You can open 2 accounts for yourself and you can open another two with your say, partner, or son, or daughter .. Why let the CEO earns millions whilst your money languishes in bank accounts that give you 1.5%? Enjoy it whilst it lasts!

Great saving scheme! Don't miss out on it!

Original Poster

aym280

Last time I had a regular saver with HSBC, I could not withdraw the money … Last time I had a regular saver with HSBC, I could not withdraw the money after it matured. When I queried, I was told that I knew about its disappearing for about 1 week from the system and hence could not be touched. I never knew that, but how could I argue the case as it was a year ago when I started the thing. Apparently, Lloyds did the same with my son's ISA. The money would disappear for about a week and hence no access or could it be seen in the online system. Beware of that. I wanted to pay the gas fitter only to find I would not be able to touch it. Of course, HSBC sent me a very nasty letter, the same attitude when they were found out about money-laundering!


On regular savers and other products such as bonds it clearly states
"Fixed term of 12 months, no partial withdrawal allowed"
On these ISA it clearly states "Instant Access no charge"

As with all financial products you should seek advice if you do not understand what you are doing

Banned

aym280

You make your money travel round and round. That's how I get my interest. … You make your money travel round and round. That's how I get my interest. If this is too tough, open a TSB account as you only need to pay £500. You can open 2 accounts for yourself and you can open another two with your say, partner, or son, or daughter .. Why let the CEO earns millions whilst your money languishes in bank accounts that give you 1.5%? Enjoy it whilst it lasts!



God. I wish I knew you personally lol
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