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Hsbc Premier Account - Your Kids Get Better Mortgage Rates

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From time to time we make changes to the HSBC Premier benefits, and we're delighted to let you know that as of 4 April 2011 there is a brand new one - the HSBC Premier Family Mortgage service.

This new service allows the adult children of HSBC Premier customers to access the HSBC Premier mortgage rates and fees, subject to certain eligibility criteria. As with all our mortgages, applicants need to be 18 - 60 years old, credit is subject to status and the usual assessment criteria apply.

So if ma and pa have a premier account then their kids get a better rate...

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From time to time we make changes to the HSBC Premier benefits, and we're delighted to let you know that as of 4 April 2011 there is a brand new one - the HSBC Premier Family Mortgage service.

This new service allows the adult children of HSBC Premier customers to access the HSBC Premier mortgage rates and fees, subject to certain eligibility criteria. As with all our mortgages, applicants need to be 18 - 60 years old, credit is subject to status and the usual assessment criteria apply.

So if ma and pa have a premier account then their kids get a better rate...

Or kids can pay about £12 a month I think (which I am sure can be negotiated down to half price for few months) to get a HSBC Advance whcih

does the same thing.. or kid can just go to First Direct where the deals are available to all who are credit worthy...

Just a HSBC Premier gimmicks really..

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You sure theres no weaselly terms that means that if dearest son doesn't pay his mortgage they don't start taking chunks from daddy's savings?

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You sure theres no weaselly terms that means that if dearest son doesn't pay his mortgage they don't start taking chunks from daddy's savings?

You really are a teriible old cynic!

(I was going to ask the same question).

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