12 May 2013
I want to know who is Jeremy Summers in HSBC Bank Edinburgh? And I want to know the name of Finance and Operational Director International Banking Division of HSBC? Please let all reponse come via email@example.com or SMS to +2347034361835
2 November 2012
who am i talking to please and how did you kwon about this founds?
7 August 2012
Great customer service. Linda at the till is a breath of fresh air and makes a very boring experience that little bit better. Staff seem friendly and nice, crap parking ; )
8 May 2011
Have to agree with super-Rebecca. There is a great vibe to the bank and the blonde polish girl on cash desk is always very helpful and friendly. The bank is nice and clean and welcoming too.
7 February 2011
Highly recommend the staff in this branch. They go right out their way to help. I was having a really bad day and was very stressed out, there was a Polish Girl Linda working at the counter who really help me with some banking problems I was having.
Glad I am not with RBS!
10 November 2010
Highly recommended if you need a lone and turned down else where... 5 stars, together with friendly, curtious staff always...
9 August 2010
all the staffs are very helpful. they try their best to resolve all the customers' queries.
27 September 2008
very helpful and kind, never very big ques
24 April 2008
One of the most common concerns of the newly arrived traveller to Edinburgh, or indeed any foreign city, is finding an address, getting proof of that address, finding a job, and sorting out a bank account. Now HSBC are onto that, and have a ’passport’ account that uses your native country bank account as proof of who you are and where you come from. All well and good, but now comes the good bit. Don’t get sucked into setting up your account at the HSBC branch on Princes Street. Hidden away down Hanover street is the Business branch, who also deal with regular customers like you and me. This branch actually has real people, who meet you at the door, take your details, and send you off to an office where you are seated and treated like a real person. Perchance there is a short wait involved, help yourself to a complimentary cup of brewed coffee, take a seat in a leather lounge, brows the foreign papers or catch up on the latest sports news on the wide screen TV. Not bad at all for a trip to the bank!
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