HSBC is located at 197 Stanley Rd, Bootle L20 3DX, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with HSBC and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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SirTroyan Sound

5 Google Rating

Good bank and friendly service always

5/ 5

Good bank and friendly service always

Lisa Evenden

2 Google Rating

Doesn't open on a Saturday which makes it difficult for me to pay money in because I am at work duri

2/ 5

Doesn't open on a Saturday which makes it difficult for me to pay money in because I am at work during the week. Doesn't have an external paying in machine for personal customers which would then solve that issue, has one for business customers but not personal. On the rare occasion I have been able to pop in during a break, if the paying in machine doesn't work and I have to pay over the counter, filling in the slip is time consuming, other banks let you just give cash and your card to pay in and job done. Seems a little outdated compared to other branches, I used to work in Preston and that branch was fabulous.

liz bloomberg

5 Google Rating

Very helpful staff. 10 mins at the most waiting time. Been a customer for nearly 10 yrs and would no

5/ 5

Very helpful staff. 10 mins at the most waiting time. Been a customer for nearly 10 yrs and would not change.

Laszlo Rozsahegyi

1 Google Rating

Unprofessional staff...

1/ 5

Unprofessional staff...

Billy Harris

2 Google Rating

Not very friendly staff and as it's mainly national products they won't help if you would like to co

2/ 5

Not very friendly staff and as it's mainly national products they won't help if you would like to consider a change to help your circumstances. Halifax would howevrr

Mark Kelsall

1 Google Rating

Pointless branch! Only open until 16:30 on weekdays, closed all weekend! No use at all for people wo

1/ 5

Pointless branch! Only open until 16:30 on weekdays, closed all weekend! No use at all for people working standard office hours!

joseph jones

5 Google Rating

Great bank always friendly staff great service and always good advice

5/ 5

Great bank always friendly staff great service and always good advice

Marie Quadrio

1 Google Rating

Rubbish branch

1/ 5

Rubbish branch

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  • Friday09:30 - 16:30

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