Chip and signature cards can be very useful if you have difficulty inputting a PIN. It means you can use your signature rather than entering a PIN when using your debit or credit card. When you use your chip and signature card, the retailer will automatically ask you to sign instead of keying in a PIN.
You can order one at any branch or by calling the number on the back of your existing card.
Please be aware that chip and signature cards will not work in ATM machines.
Signature stamps can be useful if you find signing your name difficult.
You can use a signature stamp whenever you would sign your name.
You can get a signature stamp from any reputable stationers. Once you have one just bring it into one of our branches and we will register it to your account.
We can also provide you with a letter that you can use to help verify your stamp.
Sometimes it may be easier to get to a Post Office than visit one of our branches.
You can use your debit card at the Post Office counter to:
Cash withdrawals will be deducted from your daily withdrawal limit.
Find out more about the services available at Post Office branches.
Many of our branches offer level access to make it as easy as possible to enter the branch. You can find out if your local branch provides level access by using our branch locator.
Low-level writing desks are available in all branches and some branches offer low-level counter access, as well.
We also provide ATMs at different levels to make them as easy as possible to use.
Our mobile banking app allows you manage your account securely from your smartphone.
Online banking can be a really useful way of managing your account wherever and whenever works for you. Find out more about our Online Banking service.
You will need to use a secure key to log onto Online Banking. There are a number of Secure Options available including a digital secure key which you access through our mobile banking app, or a larger version. The larger version includes audio functionality so can be useful if you have difficulty seeing the buttons.
You can request these from us in branch or by calling the number on the back of your card.
We adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, a set of guidelines stipulated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) used to ensure web sites are designed and written in a way that makes them accessible to everyone. This means that:
People who navigate around the HSBC site using keyboard tabbing may find that the keyboard focus indication on the Live Chat button and controls in the pop-up which appears after a couple of minutes of inactivity may be difficult to see. We are working to improve the visibility of the focus indicator in the future.
Online Banking is available to both PC and Apple Mac users with modern internet-enabled machines.