HSBC Finance Corporation recently informed the New Hampshire's Attorney General that some records of its current and former mortgage customers had been compromised. Officials of the Bank said they discovered the breach on 27 March 2015.

According to the Bank’s letter to State officials and an undisclosed number of mortgage customers, during the breach, some personal information concerning mortgage accounts was "inadvertently made accessible via the Internet", including customers' names, Social Security numbers, account numbers, old account information and possibly some phone numbers. The Bank is offering its customers affected by the breach, free credit monitoring and identity protection services for a period of one year.