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14 December
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New All VoIP Search to Support Advocacy Effort

AllVoip Search will support Household – HSBC Watch. All Voip Search, one of the largest voip service provider databases, has added previews to each voip provider review. Whether you are looking for business VoIP, VOIP providers, voip service, voip phones, or just browsing, All Voip Search now gives you the [...]

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New Sponsor – Free Voip Downloads

Household – HSBC Watch consumer advocates is proud to announce a new sponsor with the addition of – your source for voice over Internet telephones and other free downloads. Part of their revenue supports the advocacy program at Household – HSBC Watch. You may have noticed some programming changes [...]

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New Household – HSBC Watch Support

For those who are tired of searching for the best deal on internet telephony and voip services a new website now features the best Voip deals. Starting today One Cent VoIP will feature providers with the best deals at the lowest rates. From the user’s point of view, free inbound [...]

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ClearNetCalls To Support Consumer Advocacy Program

Consumer advocacy organization Household – HSBC Watch is proud to announce a new sponsor for 2006. As internet telephony grows in popularity Household – HSBC Watch looks forward to a long and rewarding relationship with new sponsor A portion of their revenue will go to our watchdog organization, funding [...]

3 December
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HSBC Watch 2006 Assists with HSBC Complaints

Programmers at Household – HSBC Watch are busy this time of year with major re-writes for 2006. Current forums will be archived for reference only, and closed to future posts and replies. The 2006 forums require registration before posting – a move driven by security. One new feature is the [...]


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