Ron Avery Posted December 15, 2008 Share Posted December 15, 2008 I have just had a charge of 15€ debited to my HSBC account for a cash transfer via the internet from my HSBC account to my CA account. This is in addition to the standard transfer fee already charged by HSBC . HSBC say that this is for a charge they say, was made by Crédit Agricole Nord Midi-Pyrénées for accepting a euro cash transfer from HSBC in the UK.CA's terms say that such euro transfers are free but HSBC say that as I agreed to pay all charges I must pay the additional charge and HSBC refuse to refund it. CA are investigating it but agreed that there should not be a charge as they don't charge. Is this HSBC playing silly buggars or a new belated policy to look after the pennies? Anyone else had a charge made recently for a credit to CA N M-P or not if that was the case? This is the first time in over 6 years that I have received such a charge. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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