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17 April
Posted in HSBC Global
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HSBC retirement issue goes global as anger builds

A report from our Live Help team shows visitors from all over the world read about the 31-year HFC employee dismissed by HSBC without retirement. In fact, the report was read by HSBC in London and Hong Kong. If you recall the woman was seventeen days away from retirement after [...]

7 January
Posted in 2007 HSBC
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Saxon Mortgage Services Gets A New Watchdog

Perhaps there is a mortgage servicer that likes to call homeowners more than HSBC does. Saxon Mortgage Services Inc, a company rated as a perfect failure – F-rating – by the Fort Worth BBB, and similarly rated by many homeowners, is getting a new watchdog and consumer advocacy group to [...]

19 December
Posted in 2007 HSBC
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Priority mail evidence gathering for HSBC mailed payments

I propose a new initiative for HSBC customers, for the months of January, February, and March 2009. I call the initiative “Guidelines for paying HSBC in 2009” and it involves how to send your payments to HSBC in 2009 using priority mail and delivery confirmation. Please read this carefully and [...]

10 October
Posted in 2007 HSBC
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William F. (Bill) Aldinger takes a pounding at HSBC Watch

WK in Illinois said: “I have followed the entries on your website for several years and I can understand why HSBC customers and employees feel the way they do. I was employed at HSBC for 10 years in the HFC and Retail Services divisions of Household International which later became [...]

10 October
Posted in 2007 HSBC
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Question about more layoffs at Beneficial and HFC

Editor’s Note: See latest reports on layoffs and reorganization here JS in Maryland asks “Why havn’t there been any reports on here recently about more layoffs and Beneficial and HFC branch closings next week? We’ve heard another 100-200 by October 10th. Do any of your insiders have any other info? [...]

HSBC USA Fail

HSBC is cutting back in the U.S. after its 2003 purchase of Household International Inc. required it to set aside more than $65 billion for bad loans

Update Note

HSBC car loans were sold to Santander USA in 2010 :: Most HSBC credit cards became Capital One credit cards in 2012 :: HSBC horrible predatory home mortgages are in run-off