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Just to point out if you have ever been a customer you are not eligible!

I used to bank with them..... er... perhaps more than 20 years ago?

Well for starters the switching service (CASS) is for switching current accounts, so you would need to open the Nationwide current a/c and switch the HSBC into that. Mind you , did that recently and the switch option came up straightaway. For the switch bonus you need 2 x DDs. To get the 5% interest...

“ ........My local authority only takes council tax payments over 10 months ... just in case this trips you up as well. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72211164#post72211164" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by jonesMUFCforever ” For the last couple of years yo...

I took advantage of their switching offer about 18 months ago. From all the comments I read on the appropriate thread it was obvious that I had had a much quicker experience! because I went into the branch with all the ID paperwork for a one hour interview. Follow up was another interview the follow...

“ Excellent suggestions re text alerts and so on. All I have to do now is decide what to spend my 49p on... <a href="/showthread.php?s=3036385c25683f06b8cb9955b5233a43&p=72164095#post72164095" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by trailingspouse ” You co...

Make sure that when you send the forms back you get a free proof of posting from the post office- or pay the extra £1.10 and send the forms by recorded delivery. Have you got a local branch where you could make an appointment to talk to someone? I would explain to them it's now a hardship case as y...

“ I've heard that HSBC likes commitment. They may not want your custom because you have (many) accounts elsewhere. <a href="/showthread.php?s=3036385c25683f06b8cb9955b5233a43&p=70006079#post70006079" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by SnowTiger ” Erm....

Yes, had quite a few problems with the first card, often wanted the PIN but that went thro as a contactless purchase as that is how I had started the transaction. Replacement card seems is very much better, only once asked for PIN but I would expect that after several contactless transactions. I do ...

“ Isn't that false economy? Assuming Euros, Tesco's rate is currently 1.146, around 2.2% worse than Halifax's 1.172 rate. At the Clarity's 18.9% APR representative rate, you could afford to carry a cash balance for 6 weeks* and still be in pocket! Even if they didn't have internet access over...

I use my Halifax Clarity CC to pay for goods and services as much as possible abroad as it is commission free worldwide and just try to keep away from cash! If I really need that I would buy some beforehand - probably from Tesco. I presume it depends if you are using very small local businesses who ...

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