Archive | May 2013

I am not a muppet, HSBC! $7.50 is too high a fee for the RIGHT to pay my mortgage online

Happy Mothers Day Yall. I am raging today.
Anyone else stuck with HSBC for a mortgage and notice a new $7.50 fee for PAYING your mortgage online in recent days” Thanks HSBC for the “privilege” to PAY online vs. snail mail? Out-frigin’ ragous… Dear dinosaurs at HSBC  US $7.50 for the right to pay my mortgage online is beyond outrageous. Ok?
Never getting my business ever again.

Look I know the regulators hav cracked down on where you can earn fee income, I get it. I can’t fault a bank for being a bank. BUT, when everyone else is forcing people online because of processing overhead you are now forcing back to snail mail because of fees. WTF?

If this has happened  to you and are as angry feel free to comment or tweet to me @jdellinger.

 

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