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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by mike s, Apr 18, 2001.
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Funny you should write about HSBC (formally Marine Midland) because I have two HSBC accounts on my credit reports and I didn't recognize that name. I thought they were actual mistakes so I sent out a dispute saying "not mine." Well, now that I know they're Marine Midland accounts I remember what they're for.
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HSBC cards -- only in NY
I'm pretty sure HSBC Bank USA only issues credit cards to New York state residents. The bank only has a dozen branches outside of NYS, eight of which are in Florida.
Does they show your HSBC secured card as secured or unsecured in credit report? After how long you can transfer card to unsecured?