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Post Office to accommodate HSBC customers

Post Office to accommodate HSBC customers

Category: Banking

Updated: 14/12/2012
First Published: 17/09/2012

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Approximately nine million HSBC and first direct customers will be able to access their current accounts in Post Offices with effect from next spring.

As well as operating accounts online and by phone, HSBC confirmed that its customers will have the added opportunity to make cash deposits and withdrawals and balance enquiries in around 11,500 Post Office branches around the UK .

The move is, according to the bank, in recognition to customers wanting greater flexibility with their banking.

Full details will be released to HSBC and first direct customers over the forthcoming months.

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