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How to transfer money between my HSBC U.S. accounts

You can easily move money instantly between your HSBC checking and savings account using the HSBC Mobile Banking App or by using Personal Internet Banking.

Make a one-time transfer between accounts using the HSBC Mobile Banking App1

You can quickly and easily make a one-time transfer through the mobile app. If you want to set up a recurring transfer, you’ll need to use Personal Internet Banking.

  1. Log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking App.
  2. Tap ‘Move Money’ on the bottom menu.
  3. Select ‘Transfer’.
  4. Select the HSBC checking or savings account you’d like to transfer from.
  5. Select the account you want to transfer to by tapping ‘To’ (select account)
  6. Enter the Amount you want to transfer and tap ‘Continue’. If you’d like your transfer to be made later, tap ‘Later’ and ‘Select Date’ using the calendar.
  7. Tap ‘Continue’.
  8. You’ll be presented a Review screen with your transfer details. 
  9. Verify the details and tap ‘Confirm’ to process the transfer. 
  10. You’ll see a Confirmation screen with your transfer details.

Make a one-time or recurring transfer between accounts using the Personal Internet Banking

  1. Log on to Personal Internet Banking.
  2. From the ‘My Accounts’ menu on the left side of dashboard, select the HSBC checking or savings account you’d like to transfer from.
  3. Click ‘Transfer or Wire’, the button above transactions on the account dashboard. 
  4. On the New wire payment or transfer page, select the HSBC account from which you’d like to transfer.
  5. In the ‘To’ section below, select the account you want to transfer to. 
  6. Enter the amount you want to transfer. Choose between today, later or recurring. Select ‘Continue’.
  7. Check the details of your payment on the ‘Verify’ page and select ‘Confirm’ to process the transfer, or ‘Edit Details’ if modifications are needed.
  8. You’ll be presented with a Confirmation page with a reference number. To print, click the button on the bottom of the page.

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1 Data rate charges from your service provider may apply. HSBC Bank USA, N.A. is not responsible for these charges.

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