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The easiest way you can reach the HSBC credit card customer service is either online or through the HSBC mobile app. Alternatively, you can contact customer service over the phone at (800) 975-4722 or via mail.
Ways to Reach HSBC Credit Card Customer Service
- Online: You can contact their customer service by using their live chat option directly from your online account.
- Through the HSBC mobile app: Download the app for Android or iOS. Then, log in to your account and use the live chat option to contact the HSBC customer service.
- By phone: Call (800) 975-4722, enter your credit card number, and follow the automated prompts to talk to a representative.
- By mail: You can contact the HSBC customer service via mail at:
HSBC Customer Service Address
HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
P.O. Box 22
Buffalo, NY 14240
Keep in mind that sending your inquiries via mail is the slowest way possible to contact HSBC. If you have any urgent inquiries, it would be best to use another way to get in touch with them.
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