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Old 28-11-2011, 08:37 PM   #211
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cause i said 120k and he said no need so much lol...

i reckon maybe 80+ they might consider but this bro said 20 lol....

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lol these people need to watch what they say lol..
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Old 29-11-2011, 02:02 PM   #212
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lol these people need to watch what they say lol..
Strongly agree! Minimum income of $20k cannot even get one a normal credit card. MAS guideline on the issuance of Credit cards in Singapore is very strict. I cannot believe that an income of $80k can qualify one for the prestigous HSBC Visa Infinite Card. Their HSBC Premier Visa is already very atas least the Infinite.

Bro, let me know who at HSBC said that $80k can apply as I'm also very keen to have one.
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Old 29-11-2011, 10:36 PM   #213
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Just got my card today, submitted the form last week. Wow! Looks good with the "founding member" there.
you are right! Looks good with the founding member... Got my card yesterday. Cheers. Guess majority of us got the founding card...
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Old 30-11-2011, 07:45 AM   #214
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Just got my sony tablet letter yesterday, woo hoo. Just tried their departure pick up service, it arrived as plan and the process is fairly simple.
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Old 30-11-2011, 04:32 PM   #215
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I made use of the limo service once I received email that my application was approved, although i didnt have the card yet
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Old 30-11-2011, 05:56 PM   #216
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so nice i cant get the card de :x

didnt bother to try lol....
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Old 30-11-2011, 09:09 PM   #217
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Question. Has anyone tried the meet & greet service? Besides actually meeting and greeting, will it allow one to skip queues at immigration?

I'm having a family holiday coming up and while I have APEC Card, the rest of my family members don't, and I really really hate waiting at immigration....
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Old 30-11-2011, 09:35 PM   #218
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Question. Has anyone tried the meet & greet service? Besides actually meeting and greeting, will it allow one to skip queues at immigration?

I'm having a family holiday coming up and while I have APEC Card, the rest of my family members don't, and I really really hate waiting at immigration....
Just go to the APEC counter with the family... They are generally not so anal about it.
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Old 01-12-2011, 08:31 AM   #219
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Just go to the APEC counter with the family... They are generally not so anal about it.
Yup, they even allow you to bring your travelling companions along most of the time...hahah
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Old 01-12-2011, 01:52 PM   #220
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Just go to the APEC counter with the family... They are generally not so anal about it.
Actually they are. I did this in PER, TPE and they asked my family members to reroute
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Old 03-12-2011, 11:31 PM   #221
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Just got my card as well

One question, can I use the free limo service if I am just sending a friend to the airport, I.e., I am not flying? Thanks.
Also to use the Internet service a security device wil be needed, will hsbc send the device by default?
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Old 04-12-2011, 03:35 PM   #222
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I've been using this card quite a lot in during recent overseas trip. Great service from HSBC through and through. I also like the fact that they called me after I made a $1k+ overseas transaction just to make sure it's not a fraud.

I made use of the limo service, JetQuay departure and arrival service and Priority Pass - all without any hiccup. As a side note, the Priority Pass that we get allows us to access United Club lounges. This is great because US card holders who got their Priority Pass card from their credit card company in the US are no longer allowed to access United Club lounges (not that United Club lounges are fantastic or anything; but sometimes that's the only option available).
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Old 04-12-2011, 11:16 PM   #223
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cause i said 120k and he said no need so much lol...

i reckon maybe 80+ they might consider but this bro said 20 lol....

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I thought the requirement is 200k or 250k.
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Old 04-12-2011, 11:56 PM   #224
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One question, can I use the free limo service if I am just sending a friend to the airport, I.e., I am not flying? Thanks.
Also to use the Internet service a security device wil be needed, will hsbc send the device by default?
Limo, you can try. By right, you need to be there. By left, Taxi drivers don't know, don't care. They only know they are here to ferry Mr / Ms XXX of HSBC.

For Dongle. No. You need to first apply for internet banking, before they will send it to you. If you want to be fast, go to the branch. I just got mine 3 days back at Jurong East Branch.
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Old 05-12-2011, 11:53 AM   #225
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I've been using this card quite a lot in during recent overseas trip. Great service from HSBC through and through. I also like the fact that they called me after I made a $1k+ overseas transaction just to make sure it's not a fraud.

I made use of the limo service, JetQuay departure and arrival service and Priority Pass - all without any hiccup. As a side note, the Priority Pass that we get allows us to access United Club lounges. This is great because US card holders who got their Priority Pass card from their credit card company in the US are no longer allowed to access United Club lounges (not that United Club lounges are fantastic or anything; but sometimes that's the only option available).
What kind of limo do they use? Is it application for arrival?

How does the JetQuay lounge compared to the normal Krisflyer lounge? How do you arrange for arrival services?

Thanks.
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