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Avoiding scams during the COVID-19 outbreak

Learn how to protect yourself against scams and safeguard your finances with the most up-to-date guidance.

Criminals are using the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to try to steal money

  • by posing as organisations such as banks, government, the World Health Organisation or other health service providers or
  • by pretending to offer things like a safe haven for your money or medical guidance.

It's important to be aware of the latest scams so you don't give away personal or financial information.

Protect yourself against fraud

 

Learn about the latest scams and fraud criminals are targeting customers with and how you can protect yourself.

 

Find out how we are protecting your account from fraud and scams.

 

Criminals may not target you directly with COVID scams. Learn about the most common tactics deployed as well as how you can keep your HSBC account secure.

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We know that many of you are worried about how to handle your finances during Covid-19. So we'd like you to know that you don't need to go to a branch to handle most of your daily banking needs.

 

Manage your finances at your fingertips.

 

As the situation evolved we have had to update our branch services and hours. View the latest information.

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