KZ in Nevada said: “I Need a lien release form signed for the DMV. I inheireted a motercycle from my father inlaw who had told me it was paid off. I talked to someone at household retail services and they could not even find any records at all. He gave me a fax # to the title dept. ( they dont have a phone ) but the # was no good. I dont know what to do now.”
DL in Texas said: “OMG! HSBC Nevada/Yamaha – I signed in 2005 for a motorcycle for my husband since his credit was bad. We made the payments on this loan with no problems until the 2yr “intro” ran out. Then the interest went up to 12% from 4.9%, so we were told.
LA in Oregon said: “I recevied a phone solicitation from HSBC Nevada. The man was very hard to understand, since he really did not speak english. He wanted me to purchase some type of credit protection program. I asked questions and he said I was repeating myself and I was told to be quiet and let him speak!
EM in North Carolina said: “I just received a summons delivered by the sheriff from HSBC Nevada NA, collection firm Smith Debnam Drake Saintsing & Myers LLP. Being charged for a debt that is not mine. It has some one from this firm claiming this is my debt and this person swears this is my debt. It forces me to respond to the alleged debt. And to answer to the clerk of the court. And If I don’t I will be action could be bought against me . Also concerned about identity theft. What can I do.”
Marcus in California said: “I came across your site today after a frustrating 2 months trying to sort out a dispute with my HSBC credit card. It was welcome reading to know I am not alone! I have been trying to track down the legal name for HSBC and read your info on HSBC Bank Nevada.