6 replies
  1. Monique
    Monique says:

    Did the bank ask for your tax ID OR TAX RETURN INFROMATION?i gave it a try in n bank of Chan and they won’t let me

    • HDR Guy
      HDR Guy says:

      I don’t remember that but they did require a statement from my bank in America that had to have “chops” on it. The bank had to call them in Hong Kong to ask what a chop was 🙂

  2. Dennis Owen
    Dennis Owen says:

    HSBC Hong Kong and opening an account was absolutely the worst company experience I’ve ever had to deal with, and that was 3 years ago. That’s no exaggeration.

    They are beyond frustrating and in Discovery Bay expats in exasperation yell at them pretty much daily. It took them 90 days to transfer funds from their own bank in the United States. So they don’t deliver on their promise of being a global bank.

    And when you “really” need some help they will try to sell you a credit card…every single person they pass you on to, which is several.


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