If you are not late, bill collectors don't work. Pay your bills people. You are only hurting yourself. It will come back to haunt you when apply for your next home or auto loan. Who wants to pay 18% interest on a Hyundai?
I don't know who this is and I do not have a car loan anywhere
What do they want? Are is it a con/scam
Carolyn Maloney Oct 03rd, 2008
Rang just once & showed up on my missed calls on my cell phone but didn't ring long enough for me to even answer-happend twice in 7 minutes!
They are usually calling because someone is late on a car payment, and they want the payment. (Bill Collector)
When they called it was to verify the information in file since I did purchase a car. While talking with them verified it was HSBC. Hey it is better they do that then let someone else who is not me get a car. Also said they have an automatic dialer when I asked if they had just called and hung up. Said they have dialer that verifies numbers given. Said the dialer does not leave message.
i work at a hotel which is constantly busy. we all get phone calls from HSBC with numerous different numbers. they would call about 10 times a day. finally, i got a hold of someone. they were looking for another employee. i told them the person they were looking for would not be here for a week. i also told them to please, please stop with the calls and hang ups. he said he did not know that was happening. which is bull. anyway, he said they would. still they called 5 times the same day. the person they are looking should call them and tell them to stop calling.
called twice. Automated message "you have an important phone call."
I would answer then nothing but dead air. Called again then said "wait for an important message" if it is important they need to stay on the line. Called again then a real voice came on. ask what does it pertain to she ask who am i. Tolded her why call me if you do not know who i am. she hung up. google number HSBC autofinance. I have a finance with them. sent a payment they still call about 3 to4 time out of the day. i just block the number but they still call what to do.
-- I'm renting and I never have any auto or home finacing with the HSBC Auto. I don't even know who they are.
1) HSBC called days & nights every day
2) HSBC never left any message.
3) HSBC never spoken when I answered the phone.
I AM REALLY ANGRY MAD AT HSBC.
wow, if I had known they were this annoying I wouldn't of financed my car through them. They call call constantly, even if it's not late.got 11 calls each on home & cell in one day, starting at 8 am till 9:30pm.
I have been receiving phone calls from 214-488-5145 & 214-488-4158
for a couple of months now. Usually I answer and it is dead air. I finally got someone about a month ago and told them the person they were asking for was not at this number and asked them to remove my number from their list. I didn't receive any more calls until the last couple of days but again I just get dead air. I called HSBC Auto Finance at 877-367-4222
which is the number on their website. They referred me to customer service at 800-418-1888
which only asks for account number or social security number. I then called again and they referred me to loan office 888-847-2323
. He said he couldn't do a search by phone number but then all of a sudden he found out there was someone who could search. I gave my number and hopefully this will be the end of the calls. These are very annoying!!!
Received Call from This Number and Person Left a Voicemail but couldn't understand the person on the other end of the line. I too had a car Financed through HSBC Auto Finance
woman keeps calling me, but never leaving a message. i realized it was a woman because my voice mail caught her off guard and she said "hello?" then hung up. i bought a car 3 weeks ago, and i'm assuming HSBC is calling? why don't they leave a message? who knows.. but it's annoying they keep calling..
It did work. I have not received a call from HSBC since the 18th.
Well we know that I had called an 800 number to HSBC a few days ago and some guy said he'd remove my number from the system. Apparently he couldn't figure out how to manage that because the following day I'd received 3 calls from them before noon.
The third call that came around 11:19 a.m. was again a bitchy woman. Not the same bitchy woman I'd spoken to originally but a different one. Call went like this:
me: (as sweet as I could possibly sound) hello?
HSBC: Hello, ma'am, is this Kelly?
me: (sugary sweet again) I had actually called an 800 number for HSBC Auto finiance last night and requested that my number be taken off your call list, especially since I'm not the person you're looking for"
HSBC: You're not Kelly Radell?
me: No ma'am, I'm not
HSBC: (now she's considerably nastier than when I originally picked up the phone and she barely let me finish my previous sentence before she cut me off at the end and said) "well your number was not removed from our system, I don't know why not, it's not hard to do. I'll do it. thank you have a good day. CLICK!
SURPRISINGLY I have not received another call from them either yesterday or today.
Maybe it actually worked this time.
The woman would not tell me what company she was calling from but insisted I identify MYSELF. When I again asked for a supervisor I was hung up on.
I researched some more online and found this number 1-800-922-4964
and was put on hold (with the promise of a supervisor) and ultimately was disconnected. Then I tried this number AGAIN (also linked to HSBC - it's an automated system but if you choose any option you will ultimately get a person) and I spoke with someone and explained my situation SEVERAL TIMES and finally the man said "give me your number and I will remove it from our system". So I did, not really knowing what else to do. But rest assured if this does not work and I don't see a change in a week or so, I will call back and give them more sh*t and will continue to do so until it's taken care of.
I'll post again and let you know if it worked.
good luck to the rest of you.
I would never answer and they would not leave anymore messages. I then googled the number (a texas number) and it showed as HSBC Auto Finance. One day I picked up since I was confident the call did not link to some 900 number somewhere. When I did begin answering sometimes no one would speak until I was about to hang up. Once when they called me I answered and the woman on the other end asked for someone with another name when I told her she had the wrong number she just said thank you and hung up. The next time I answered I said "you have the wrong number but please put my number on your do not call list, I was instantly hung up on. The third time I answered a woman asked for someone else again and I did not answer but insted asked to speak with a supervisor and was told that I was needed to indentify myself.
I"ve been getting calls from HSBC Auto Finance for the past 3 weeks. When this first started I just had an automated message from them on my cell phone and I deleted it. After that I began getting at least 4 calls from them on a daily basis if not more.
I got a call from this number on my cell phone,dead silence on the other end, and within 30 seconds another at work. still dead silence. Since I bought a vehicle this weekend and HSBC is the lender, I am pretty sure they were just checking for background accuracy.
please hold the line for an important call
Wanda Jordan Nov 17th, 2006
woman asked for other people, and I told her this is the wrong number. She said, oh so this is the wrong number, thank you.
Called 11/9/06 answered told someone was unavaliable then hung up on me!
Called twice. No voice. Just dead air.
Received a call, no one talked. I called the number back, message said, "This is HSBC Auto Finance".
Getting call at work, not answering - Doesn't list who it is.
Ringed. no voice at the other end... seemed muted. Never spoke until I hung up.
called 8/11/06, no message