- What services do HSBC China ATMs offer?
- What can I do if my card was retained by an HSBC China ATM?
- How much will be charged if I transact at an HSBC China ATM? What is the upper limit of cumulative daily cash withdrawals? What is the upper limit of a single cash withdrawal?
- How can I conduct transfers at an ATM?
What services do HSBC China ATMs offer?
HSBC China provides different services to cards issued by different banks, as follows:
|Card issued by HSBC China
||Card issued by Hang Seng China
||Card issued by overseas members of HSBC Group*
||Card issued by other banks (China UnionPay/Visa/MasterCard)|
|Account Activity Enquiry
|Cheque Book Request
|Secondary Account Update
|Add Credit to Designated Account
||(ONLY for China UnionPay)|
* Exception: Some overseas members of HSBC Group (ie HSBC Hong Kong, Hangseng Hong Kong) issued CUP Credit Card may only enjoy the services of Cash Withdrawal and Balance Enquiry.
What can I do if my card was retained by an HSBC China ATM?
Please take note of any advice given by the ATM. You can call our 24-hour service hotline on 400-820-8878 (Please dial China country code +86 if you are calling from overseas) and our representatives will provide you information of the detailed eligibility, address and procedure for card collection.
How much will be charged if I transact at an HSBC China ATM? What is the upper limit of cumulative daily cash withdrawals? What is the upper limit of a single cash withdrawal?
Both the transaction fee for using an HSBC China ATM and the upper limit of cumulative daily cash withdrawals are dependent on your card issuing bank. The upper limit of a single cash withdrawal is RMB2,500.
How can I conduct transfers at an ATM?
HSBC China customers can conduct transfers with cards issued by HSBC China at HSBC ATM. The ATM will guide you through the transfer process.
These FAQs are intended to provide an overview of the information on issues related to financial products or services, or regulatory requirements faced when undertaking financial activity in mainland China. Due to the diversity and complexity of financial products/services and local regulatory environment, these FAQs can only provide an outline of the issues. The information is provided for your reference only, and shall not be construed as legal, financial or any other professional advice. HSBC makes no guarantee, representation or warranty and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy updatedness and/or completeness of the information.
Latest update in Nov. 2016