HSBC may close some customer’s account
In England, HSBC bank announced that customers who do not wear a mask can close their bank accounts.
According to the news on NTV; From now on, it has been announced that the accounts of customers who come to the branch without a mask or who risk the health of the branch employees by refusing to wear a mask can be closed.
“If some people are putting our employees at risk, we reserve the right to close their accounts,” said Jackie Uhi, Head of HSBC’s UK Branch Network. ” said.
Following HSBC’s announcement, several banks, including Barclays, Nationwide and Halifax, issued the same warning to their customers.
Barclays has published a similar guide, urging all customers to wear masks.
Speaking to The Mirror newspaper, an official announced that customers who enter the branches of Marks & Spencer bank without a mask can have their accounts closed and that these customers will not be served unless they are medically exempt.
In the UK, where 80,000 people have lost their lives so far, the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to introduce restrictions on going out again from mid-February.