Carrying your HSBC card is much safer than carrying cash and your pockets won’t be weighed down with foreign currency. Here are some simple tips for carrying and using your HSBC debit and credit cards when travelling abroad. Stay safe: Monitor your card activity and contact us immediately if you notice any fraudulent activity on your card(s).
HSBC's Debit card can be used at more than 13,000 VISA merchant outlets in Sri Lanka and 29 million across the world. It can be used at over 1.4 million ATMs, anywhere in the world. (Provided that the ATMs carry the logo). HSBC’s Debit card is available in the following categories: - Classic - Premier.
HSBC Cashback Credit Card Annual Fee Waiver Terms and Conditions (PDF, 51KB) HSBC Cashback Credit Card Annual Fee Waiver Terms and Conditions (PDF, 51KB) Download link 1 Maximum cashback is capped at AED 100 for fuel spends and AED 200 for supermarket spends per statement cycle.
Enhanced with Visa payWave, NETS contactless modes of payment and Apple Pay, your new HSBC Debit Card can also be used as a public transit card. Shop, travel and dine with ease. Simply tap and go, wherever you may be.
Yes, you can use multiple HSBC cards with Google Pay. There is no limit on the number of Cards that can be stored in the Google Pay app. Devices do not share Cards, so if you want the same Card on two different devices, you will need to load the Card on each device separately. You can add the same Card on up to 10 eligible Android devices.
Get up to 50% cashback on your daily spending with HSBC's Premier Platinum Debit Card. Find out more about our great features and benefits.
Express payment; Register on the UnionPay online payment website and link your HSBC China Debit Card by filling the card number and PIN of your Debit Card and mobile phone number you have previously registered with HSBC. After verification is complete, a randomly generated one-time password will be sent to your mobile phone.
How does it work? Step 1: Go to any BancNet-affiliated ATM Step 2: Insert ATM or Debit Card Step 3: Input PIN, then choose Pay Bills Step 4: To pay for bills that are not yet pre-enrolled in online banking, choose Key-in merchant account number Step 5: Select the category of the merchant you wish to.