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HSBC Credit Card FAQs

Learn how to pay your HSBC credit card, manage your account, apply for a new card and more with these answers to frequently asked questions.

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Whether you already have an HSBC credit card or are thinking of applying for one, you can find answers to the most common questions about HSBC credit cards in this guide.

Paying and managing your HSBC credit card

Applying for an HSBC credit card

Conducting a balance transfer

Earning and redeeming HSBC Rewards

Interest-free days, insurance and other extra features

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    ridleySeptember 29, 2012

    Is it possible to provide some more detail about what’s required to complete the application process? I don’t want to start a process and find half way through that I don’t have all the information required at hand.

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      JacobOctober 2, 2012Staff

      Hi Ridley. Thanks for your question. You will need to provide the following information to complete a credit card application: a drivers licence, information about your assets and liabilities, previous pay slips from your employer and if you have been employed for under three months, you may be asked to provide a referral letter from your employer.

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