Too bad it is not an unlimited cashback card
Unfortunately, the HSBC advance card is not an unlimited cashback card as they have a cap on the cashback per month, even for advance banking clients. Furthermore, if you are not an advance banking client, you would not get subsequent card fee waiver if you do not get to spend at least $12,000 in a year.
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HSBC Advance Credit Card
HSBC Advance Credit Card provides a delightful deal for cashback lovers. You can get S$1500 and more cashback annually. The program entails 3.5% cashback for purchases local and overseas for all merchant categories. The great thing about the cashback is that it relies on the total amount that you spend per period rather than select-merchant-categories only. Additional feauters of the card includes: Apple Pay, Visa payWave, SimplyGo, HSBC Virtual Card and Travel Insurance Coverage.35
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HSBC Bank Singapore
HSBC, a bank that came into existence over a simple idea- a local bank catering to international needs, is now one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in the world. HSBC is one the earliest banks to be established in Singapore with its history dating back to 1877 when its founding members' The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, inaugurated its first branch on the island. For more than 150 years HSBC has been connecting customers to opportunities, enabling businesses to thrive and helping people to realize their ambitions by offering a comprehensive range of banking and financial services such as Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. HSBC today is an integral part of the financial sector of Singapore by serving more than 40 million customers, covering over 65 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, North America, and Latin America. Shares in HSBC Holding plc are held by around 200,000 shareholders in 125 countries or territories and it is listed on the London, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, and Bermuda Stock exchanges.no reviews5