You can head over to the nearest HSBC branch to check your term deposit balance or use HSBC internet banking services. If you’re a registered HSBC online account user, you can view your balance right away.
Yes. By opening your HSBC online account, you can change the maturity of your term deposit as well as inquire about your agreement with the bank.
Yes. However, you’re required to pay a withdrawal fee of $30 and your interest will be reduced accordingly. You also need to inform the bank within 31 days before making an early withdrawal.
Once your term deposit reaches maturity, you can have access to the funds that you invested. Failing to keep an eye on your deposits upon its maturity date may lead the bank to reinvest the unused funds for the same term at the same interest rate, except if you send them a notice 2 days before the date of maturity.
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