The easiest way you can pay your HSBC credit card is online, or over the phone at (800) 975-4722. Alternatively, you can pay your HSBC credit card either by mail, or by enrolling in HSBC AutoPay.
Here’s how you can pay your HSBC credit card:
Online: To pay online, just sign into your HSBC credit card … read full answeraccount or the HSBC app, and then select the credit card you want to pay. If you’re paying with an HSBC checking or savings account, click “Move Money” to make a credit card payment. If you’re paying with a non-HSBC account, click “My Account” and then “Payments.” From there, click “Make a Payment,” and choose the amount you’d like to pay along with which bank account you want to pay from.
By phone: To make an HSBC credit card payment over the phone, call (800) 975-4722. Have your HSBC card around so you can easily input your credit card number when prompted by the automated system. The prompts will then guide you through the process of making a payment on your HSBC credit card.
By mail: If you’d rather mail in an HSBC credit card payment, send a check or money order – along with the payment coupon from your credit card statement – to this mailing address:
HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
P.O. Box 4657
Carol Stream, IL 60197-5255.
Enroll in HSBC AutoPay: You can also pay your HSBC accounts automatically by enrolling in AutoPay. This way, you’ll never miss a payment. To enroll in HSBC AutoPay, log on to Personal Internet Banking. From the “My Accounts” menu select your HSBC Credit Card and then click the “Manage Card” button. From the menu, select “Payments” and then click “AutoPay”.
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