When you hold a credit card, it is very important to update your correct mailing address with your credit card provider. From time to time, credit card providers in India send important notifications to their cardholders. Likewise, HSBC Bank also sends regular credit card statements and other important card-related documents to their cardholders. If you have an HSBC credit card and have not updated your residential address, do it right away.
HSBC Bank does not allow their cardholders to change their mailing address online. You will have to visit the nearest HSBC Bank branch and request the bank executive to change your address. You will be required to fill out a form and submit a proof of identity and proof of address along with the duly filled form. The Change of Address/ Contact Details Form will be available in all HSBC banks.
If you wish to download the declaration form online and fill it before visiting the bank, you can do so by visiting https://www.hsbc.co.in/1/PA_ES_Content_Mgmt/content/website/pdf/personal/nr-change-of-addrress.pdf. Please print the form, fill it accurately, and submit it with the supporting documents to change your mailing address successfully.
1. How do I contact HSBC Bank credit card customer service department?
If you are calling from India, you can dial 1860 108 7788 or 1860 500 2277 to reach the credit card department. If you are calling from overseas, dial 040 - 67173402 or 080 - 49089632.
2. How do I register for HSBC personal internet banking?
3. How do I find out the nearest HSBC Bank in my area?
https://www.apps.asiapacific.hsbc.com/1/2/inm2/absl/absl-en?locale=en&country=IN&location=New%2520Delhi and enter the area you live in to find out the nearest bank branch.
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