Who qualifies for an HSBC account?
Anyone over the age of 16 can apply for a basic account. If you are over 18 and can commit to paying in a minimum £500 a month and will submit to a credit register search to prove your identity, then you should be able to secure a HSBC current account in some form. The level of the account and the facilities provided, will of course depend on your circumstances.
What does a HSBC current account offer?
HSBC provides round the clock online and telephone banking, a Visa debit card with contactless pay and £500 daily withdrawals with no monthly fee. The bank makes it easy to apply for an overdraft and ensures its current account customers have access to savings accounts with higher rates of interest.
You can also access an HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA if you want to start saving and pending approval, a credit card or a personal loan to help you organise your finances.
Is an HSBC current account for me?
HSBC has a number of solid options if you’re looking for a current account, but you should always see what is on offer elsewhere before you sign up for financial products. There is a mass of current accounts on the market and you can choose from high interest accounts through to others that offer rewards on your monthly bills.
So all you need to do is use our current account comparison service to compare the various options and find the one that works best for you. So get comparing and see how much you could save!
All HSBC current account details are based on information provided on hsbc.co.uk data on 16 April 2016