WK in Minnesota said: “I just opened some old mail today to find a check issued to me at my “new” address (since January 2010). The check is dated April 12, 2010 and the explanation printed says that it is for “the reimbursement of a credit on on your credit card account xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-####.”
VG in California said: “I never received any type of payment from any lawsuit and now HSBC is trying to collect money from me and HSBC is adding all these late fees. Now I can not get a loan to buy a car. This was the RAL class action. I just found all my paperwork and complied with the claim that was submitted back in 2006″
NL in California said: “Two years ago I bought furniture from Levit’s. They had a no intrest for 2 years offer, and I have great credit, so I financed the purchase. I made every payment on time. The final payment was due December 31, 2009 and was in HUGE letters on the top of the statement. I mailed the payment on December 15, 2009. On January 15, 2010 I recieved a billing statement in the mail for $871.
JP in California said: “i have a motorcycle loan from hsbc and i have recently fallen behind on my payments over the last 6 months due to the lack of work i have been trying to get caught back up and hsbc has been making this very hard for me to do it.
JB in California said: “After injuring myself I ended up on SSI. I am late on my payment and HSBC said I made too much money for a hardship. So I am not sending them anything until i get a better loan with a lower interest. It is a home equity loan and i cannot afford the payments. There seems to be nobody that can help at Benefical Finance and HSBC. How do I stop the HSBC phone calls?”