To get your HSBC credit card login info, you have to register for online banking via the HSBC website. After verifying your identity, you will create a username and password. If you already have an online account but you forgot your credentials, you can click on “Forgot username?” to recover them.… read full answer
HSBC does not offer an authorized user bonus on any of its credit cards right now. Some credit card companies give a bonus for adding an authorized user to an eligible credit card, though this is relatively rare and HSBC is not among the companies offering it.
There are still benefits to adding an authorized user to your HSBC credit card, though. To start, the authorized user is able to build credit. In addition, an authorized user’s spending still counts toward earning a card’s initial bonus. And authorized users’ purchases will earn rewards at the same rates as the primary cardholder’s purchases. Only the primary cardholder is able to redeem rewards earned by any user on a card, however.… read full answer
No, there aren’t any HSBC business credit cards at the moment. But there are alternatives for business owners looking for lucrative rewards and $0 fees.
For instance, the Ink Cash card offers 1 - 5% cash back on purchases and an initial bonus of $900 for spending $6,000 in the first 3 months. Another good business rewards credit card is the American Express Blue Business Plus card. It offers an initial bonus of 15,000 points for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. Plus, you can earn 1 - 2 points per $1 spent on purchases. … read full answer
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