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Keep your browser up to date
We take your security very seriously. In order to protect you and our systems, we are making changes to all HSBC websites over the coming weeks that mean some of the oldest web browser versions will no longer be able to access these sites. Generally, the latest versions of a browser (like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, etc.) and an operating system family (like Microsoft Windows, MacOS) have the most up-to-date security features.
If you are not using recent browser versions, please upgrade your browser to the latest version via their websites or search online for advice on how to do this.
To find out more about how to protect yourself online, please visit our online security pages.
In today's increasingly connected world, it's more important than ever to ensure your security - especially when it comes to banking. That's why we're introducing HSBC Safeguard: a series of initiatives designed to provide better protection for all of our customers from fraud and financial crime across our global processes and systems.
Information is key to protection
Our systems and processes rely on us having the most up-to-date information about all of our customers. Soon you will be asked to do one or all of the following:
- confirm or update your existing personal or business details
- provide some new information which may include submission of original documents
We understand that this may cause some inconvenience, and we apologise in advance for this, but we will work with you to ensure the process is as simple and straightforward as possible.
HSBC Safeguard FAQs
What is financial crime?
What is HSBC Safeguard?
What are sanctions?
Why is financial crime of concern to the bank?
What has financial crime got to do with you or your business?
What information are we likely to request?
How will this information protect you or your business?
What will we do with your data?
What do you need to do next?
HSBC Secure Key
Introducing the new HSBC Secure Key
People have always found ingenious ways to protect their money. At HSBC, we're constantly finding new ways to help keep your money safe. Like the new HSBC Secure Key - a portable device designed to make sure only you can access your personal finances.
- Enhanced security against online fraud
Provides an extra layer of protection with two-factor authentication - you'll need a password/PIN and your unique Secure Key to log on and perform sensitive transactions like moving money to third parties.
- Peace of mind
Now protecting more transactions and constantly validating only you are making them.
- Small and portable
Smaller than a credit card and slimmer than the previous Secure Key, it should easily slide into your pocket or wallet.
Just switch it on, enter your Secure Key PIN, and it'll give you a unique, one-off six digit passcode to use each time you log on.
Free when you register to online banking with your HSBC bank accounts.
Log on to online banking
HSBC Mobile Banking app
Download the HSBC Mobile Banking app
Zoom mobile app
Download the Zoom mobile app
With the new HSBC Secure Key, more transactions are now protected to help keep your money safe.
- Adding a New Payee (Person)
- Transfers to a New Payee (other HSBC account, other HSBC credit card or other local/international bank)
- Sending a Secure Message
- Global View linking
- Glober Transfers between linked accounts
- Opening new accounts - savings or term deposit
- Ordering a chequebook
- Requesting a PIN
HSBC Secure Key help & troubleshooting
Turning on the Secure Key
Setting up your Secure Key PIN for the first time
Generate a security code to log on to HSBC online banking
Generate a transaction security code
How to order an HSBC Secure Key for the first time
The HSBC Secure Key is free for HSBC bank account holders. For other customers, a PHP500 fee will apply.
- Log on to online banking
- Select your name from the menu at the top of the online banking dashboard and choose 'Manage Secure Key'
How to order a replacement Secure Key
Replacing your defective Secure Key is free. Replacing a lost, stolen or damaged Secure Key will incur a charge of PHP500.
HSBC Premier customers
HSBC Advance customers
HSBC credit card/HSBC Savings Bank customers
Get some peace of mind when you're shopping online. With HSBC Secure Pay, you'll get an extra level of protection for your online purchases.
- Added layer of security for your online purchases with password protection and personal message features powered by Verified by Visa and Mastercard® SecureCode™
- Honored at major websites that accept Visa and Mastercard credit cards
- Available at no additional cost
- Easy-to-use services with no software downloading required
- Quick, one-time registration via HSBC online banking
What makes it secure?
To protect your transaction, HSBC will ask you to create a password. It's similar to your ATM PIN (Personal Identification Number) and it will help ensure that you are the only one registered to use your credit card online.
A personal message will add a layer of protection on top of your confidential password. This personal message is designed to confirm that your transaction is authenticated by HSBC and prove that you are the authorized HSBC Credit Cardholder.
To register to Secure Pay, you will need:
- A registered HSBC Credit Card account in online banking
- The last 3 digits of your mobile phone number registered with HSBC or your Secure Key
Step 1: Log on to HSBC online banking.
Step 2: Once logged on, select Products & services from the menu at the top of the page. Under Credit Cards, select either Enroll in Verified by Visa or Enroll in Mastercard SecureCode. A registration page will open in a new window.
Step 3: Follow the straightforward instructions in the registration page.
Making secure online purchases
Shopping online is fast growing to be part of our everyday lives. We can virtually do almost anything - buying your favorite things, booking tickets, and many more! It's easy and convenient especially with your HSBC Credit Card.
Just a friendly reminder when making online purchases using your HSBC Credit Card.
Check that all of the following information are entered correctly on the payment page:
- Card number
- Expiry date
- Name as shown on card
- 3-digit code at the back of your card (CVC/CSC/CVN/CVV): In order to process a secure online payment, you are required to input a credit card verification number for all purchases made with VISA, Mastercard
For your security, your HSBC Credit Card will be blocked from future online purchases after 3 cumulative erroneous tries.
For inquiries or complaints, please call HSBC's Customer Services at (02)8858-0000 from Metro Manila,
+1-800-1-888-8555 PLDT domestic toll-free, (02)7976-8000 from overseas, (country code) + 800-100-85-800 international toll-free for selected countries, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to find out more about HSBC's customer feedback procedures, please visit hsbc.com.ph/feedback.
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is an entity regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Bangko Sentral). You may also get in touch with the Bangko Sentral Financial Consumer Protection Department through their email: email@example.com.
Deposits are insured by PDIC up to P500,000 per depositor.
Note: Do not provide your account or credit card numbers or disclose any other confidential information or banking instructions through email.