Having problems with your HSBC credit card?

@kate0250 (315)
Philippines
February 13, 2008 7:07am CST
I can answer it all for you... Got problems with receiving a lot of calls? Just open up ur issues. ^_^
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@danzer (2732)
• Philippines
13 Feb 08
I believe you have worked with HSBC or you are with them. I have applied for a credit card and hoping to be approved. Is there a way to be easily approved? Thank you!
@kate0250 (315)
• Philippines
14 Feb 08
Hi yes I worked with them so I know almost all the issues regarding credit card accounts. So yeah, if you want to be easily approved you've got to have a good credit score (If you had other credit cards before), If you have like 600+ score then you'll most likely get approved. I hope you'll get approved because I know they will help you a lot these days. Thanks a lot! ^_^
@Alfie1970 (257)
28 Apr 08
I live in the UK so I imagine things may work differently here compared to the US.I have a credit card and had a few problems with money for a little while and asked for some understanding from the credit card company, but all they did was cancel the card and phoned me daily for about 6 weeks until I went to comunity legal advice (a free legal service) who wrote to them saying what they were doing was countermount to harrasment which I could sue them for. They took no notice of this and eventually my legal advice team contacted trading standards and low and behold i havent heard from the credit card company since. Obviously I still have the debt but I manage it in my way, onced this debt is paid I will never have a credit card again, its too easy to lose control - well for me anyway.
@misshoney (973)
• Philippines
28 Apr 08
hi kate. why is it that HSBC do not deliver their promo vouchers on time :-( the watch i have to claim should have been delivered last month...and i still don't have it. sorry but i just have to say that i am so pissed off with HSBC...what a lousy customer service they got...and to think that they always have these promos to attract people to apply for their card but they just don't stick to their word. citibank is really far better!