The Pay a Bill feature in Personal Internet and Mobile Banking allows you to pay a company or a person within the U.S. from your HSBC checking account with no fee.
Pay a Company
Control who gets paid and when you pay them, unlike automatic debit on a biller’s website.
- Know exactly when your payment will be made and if it will be sent via electronic payment or paper check
- Set up one-time or recurring payments for bills like tuition, utilities, mortgage or taxes
- Make up to five one-time bill payments at a time using our convenient dashboard
Pay a person
Send money to any person in the U.S. even if they’re not set up online. We’ll deliver your payment as a paper check via postal mail, eliminating your need for a checkbook or a stamp.
- Arrives as a paper check within 5 business days
- Set up one-time payment or recurring payments to a person, such as your landlord
What you'll need
If paying a company
Your account # with the company
If paying a person
Account number with payee (if you do not have account number with payee, the account number field can be used as a memo line)
1 Under the Bill Pay 'on–time' guarantee, HSBC will bear the responsibility for any late–payment–related charges should an online bill payment arrive after its due date as long as you scheduled the transaction within five business days of the payment due date. This guarantee does not apply to business clients using Bill Pay.
2 All HSBC Personal Internet Banking clients with an HSBC personal checking, savings, Certificate of Deposit (CD) or credit card account are automatically covered. HSBC's $0 Liability, Online Guarantee is applicable to client transactions covered by Federal Regulation E. The guarantee does not cover business and commercial accounts, accounts at other financial institutions or accounts that are not covered under Regulation E. The $0 Liability, Online Guarantee assumes notice of fraudulent activity on eligible accounts is provided to HSBC within 60 days, and timely notice on card accounts. Assumes client account safeguarding, personal firewalls and online security diligence outlined in HSBC's Security and Fraud Center website.