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  • HSBC Credit Card Net Banking

    Internet or online banking has opened doors of convenience and ease for individuals. Gone are the days when people had to run to the bank for every simple banking need, from depositing cash to withdrawing it. With net banking, life has become easier for customers as well as banking institutions. Net banking helps in keeping one’s banking needs consolidated.

    With the help of net banking, customers can avail credit cards as per their needs. They can also pay HSBC credit card bills using this facility. Hence, registering one's HSBC credit card is an important as well as useful step that every cardholder must fulfil. Net banking is a free of cost service provided by the bank. Let's take a look at the benefits and processes involved in HSBC credit card net banking.

    Benefits of Registering HSBC Credit Cards for Net Banking

    With the introduction of net banking, keeping a track of the various financial products and services that one uses has become easier. Listed below are some of the benefits that cardholders can get on registering their HSBC credit cards for net banking:

    • Access to all kinds of services: Cardholders can get access to all kinds of information and services related to their credit card. They can report a stolen or damaged credit card, block them whenever their credit card’s information is compromised, generate their credit card PIN, and pay their credit card bills, among other services.
    • Safety of the card stays intact: HSBC Bank provides high-end security measures to keep the account holder's information safe and secured. To maintain the security of the customer's account, the bank needs a complete 128-bit encryption for the use of personal net banking. This helps in keeping their credit card-related information safe.
    • 24x7 access to information: From e-statements that are more than 6 months' old to checking the next due date of payment, through net banking, cardholders can keep a track of such important information easily. Once they register their credit card for net banking, they can use it to pay their utility bills also.

    How to Register HSBC Credit Card for Net Banking

    Cardholders can register their HSBC credit card for online banking using a simple process. All HSBC credit cardholders, irrespective of the kind of credit card they possess, can avail this facility online as well as offline. Listed below are the details regarding both, online and offline processes:

    Register for HSBC Credit Card Net Banking Online

    • Individuals will need to visit HSBC Bank's net banking page by logging on to
    • Next, they will need to click on the tab named "Register for Personal Internet Banking".
    • To register, they will need to have either one of the following:
      • Their 10-digit Personal Banking Number (PBN) and the 6-digit phone banking PIN
      • Their 16-digit credit card number and 6-digit credit card PIN
      • Their 16-digit debit/ATM card number and their 6-digit ATM PIN.
      • Next, they will need to click on the tab that says "Credit Card."
    • Once they click on the above-mentioned tab, they will be redirected to a new page on which the cardholder will find a drop down list under a head called "Authentication".
    • Once they select "Credit card" from the list, they will need to type in their credit card number.
    • Next they will need to fill in the PIN number of their HSBC credit card and click on "Continue."
    • Next, they will be directed to a new page on which they will have to select whether they have an HSBC account or not.
    • Once they select their choice, they will need to register with their PIN number and click on "Continue."
    • Alternatively, the cardholder can also register with their mobile number and click on "Continue".
    • They will receive an authentication code on their phone which they will need to type in a space provided on the next page and click on "Continue."
    • On the following page, they will need to type their username which must contain 6-20 alphanumeric characters.
    • Next, they will need to create a new password and confirm it twice.
    • Next, they will need to select two security questions and type in their answers.
    • They will be directed to a new page containing the terms and conditions. Once they click on "Accept," they will be led to a new page on which they will need to select their account preferences.
    • Once they finish this step, their HSBC credit card will be registered for net banking.

    Register for HSBC Credit Card Net Banking Offline

    1. Cardholders can dial these toll free numbers to talk to a bank representative and register their credit card for net banking: 1800-103-4722, 1800-266-3455, 1800-102-2208, 1800-267-3456, 1860-500-2255, 1860-108-7788, and 1860-500-2277.
    2. Alternatively, they can visit their nearest HSBC Bank branch and fill a form to include net banking on their credit card.

    What Kind of Credit Card-related Requests can be Raised through HSBC Net Banking?

    Once an HSBC credit card is registered for net banking, there are a plethora of requests that can be raised through this portal. Listed below are some of them:

    FAQs on HSBC Credit Cards Net Banking

    1. Will the rate of interest charged be the same?

      Yes, the rate of interest charged will remain the same.

    2. What are the loan tenure options that I can convert my credit card outstanding to using internet banking?

      Loan tenure or EMI options on an HSBC credit card can be turned into periods of 3, 6, 9 and 12 months.

    3. What is the processing fee that I need to pay for conversion of balance on my credit card through net banking?

      The processing fee charged for conversion of balance on an HSBC credit card through net banking is 2% which is subject to a minimum of Rs.200.

    4. Is it possible to use net banking to block my credit card?

      Yes, you can use the net banking facility to block your card in case you lose it, end up damaging it or if any information about it is compromised.

    5. How far back can I trace my HSBC credit card account history using net banking?

      You can trace your credit card's account history back to 90 days from the day of logging in to the portal.


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