FREE* remittances through FastCHEQUE
Now remit money to your NRI account with The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in India (HSBC India), for FREE* in just 3-5 working days**!
Simply follow the 3 easy steps given below:
Write a cheque drawn on any of your bank accounts in the US, payable to: “HSBC Account Number
Fill up the FastCHEQUE Instruction Form and attach it with the cheque.
Download the FastCHEQUE Instruction Form.
Mail it to/submit it at the following address:
NRI Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited – Representative Office, NRI Services, C/o HSBC Bank USA, N.A., Post Office Box 3452, Buffalo, NY 14240 – 3452 You could also courier the FastCHEQUE Instruction form to:
HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
One HSBC Centre, 14th Floor, Wholesale Lockbox
C/O Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited – Representative Office
Buffalo, NY 14203 USA
* Remittances from USA are free only if they are done using a USD cheque through our lockbox in New York.
**The term ‘working days’ refers to days that are bank working days in both USA and India. The NRI account will be credited in 3-5 working days post receipt of the cheque at the lockbox.
FREE# remittances through Internet Banking
With HSBC NRI Services, you can now send money to India using just your fingertips! Moreover your money gets credited into your HSBC NRI account in India in just 3 working days##!
All you need is to be registered for Internet Banking with a checking account from HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and remit funds (USD 10,000 or less per transaction) using the Bill Pay option, for free#!
To register for Internet Banking on your checking account with HSBC Bank USA, N.A., please visit www.us.hsbc.com/pib and sign up.
In case you do not have a checking account with HSBC Bank USA, N.A., please call 877-850-4722 or open an account online at www.us.hsbc.com/checking-nri.
#Remittances from USA are free only if the funds are transferred from your account with HSBC Bank USA, N.A. to your own NRI account with HSBC India.
##The term ‘working days’ refers to days that are bank working days in both USA and India.