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23 October
Posted in General News
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Woman claims HSBC has no right to HRS

I’m just going to post this as it was received: HSBC is dba HRS which is me. I am Honey Robin Siegal. I am trying to stop the global meltdown due to fraudulent records of my death. They did it for my husband who is in bed with crooked politicians [...]

5 May
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Office Max sues HSBC for breach of contract

Does anyone have more information on this suit? It was filed in January 2009: Officemax North America, Inc. et al v. HSBC Bank Nevada, National Association Plaintiffs: Officemax North America, Inc. and OfficeMax Incorporated Defendants: HSBC Bank Nevada, National Association and HSBC Retail Credit (USA) Inc. Case Number: 1:2009cv00599 Filed: [...]

2 May
Posted in Stop Abuse 2009
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Same shabby service year after year at HSBC

Does this seem strange to you, or is it another case of regulators sleeping at their desks? From February 2005: I am once again extremely upset with Retail Services. On previous occasions, I have sent my payments by Certified Mail with a Return Receipt (not a free service from the [...]

12 March
Posted in General News

BBB report card for HSBC Finance Corp

The following is from the National Better Business Bureau. there was a proportional increase in complaints about HSBC Finance and Beneficial Finance in the last year: BBB Activity on HSBC Finance Corp. The BBB processed a total of 8396 complaints about this company in the last 36 months, our standard [...]

24 February
Posted in HSBC Merchants
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HSBC sued in California 2/17/09 in Levitz Furniture fiasco

On February 17, 2009 HSBC was sued in Alameda California. The complaint alleges that HSBC Finance Corp, doing business as HSBC Retail Services, continued to bill a customer under a merchant agreement with Levitz Furniture. The furniture was never delivered, as Levitz was bankrupt. Actual charges in the case are [...]