FastSRT8 wrote:Thanks JCarter for your insights.
Always a lesson to be learned and one noted.
There is just so much credit card fraud out there and I didn't want to be caught up in one especially since I do not have any time to spare.
Trust me in dealing with HSBC, you'll spend more time dealing with it than you ever want to. Simply return to sender and be done with it.
Unless it was your name of course, in which case you shouldn't even bother HSBC just call the RCMP and send HSBC a copy of the report with a demand to cancel the card with no damage to your credit. HSBC is a true pain to deal with (in all countries).