That deck looks to me to be designed to bully corps that don’t pack much ice, rendering them poor and helpless, using account siphon money to finance vamps, using blackmail for an easy remote lock and medium digging a helpless corp into oblivion. Your economy is pretty fragile if the corp actually gets any ice rezzed and you can’t land account siphons.
I think HB is always going to be a problem matchup for you because you won’t be able to strip away all of the ice and you’re not built to deal with it. HB can bluff agendas into remotes and play the never advance game. If you guess wrong, you burned a blackmail on an AAL. If you don’t keep the corp poor, biotic laboring 3/2s is going to start happening.
Remember “Hate Bear” and its ensuing Val variants were a meta call to beat down yellow decks that don’t have much ice. I think you’ve doubled down on the strategy by replacing the Fausts with the last account siphon, requiring you to find the right combination of breakers in a 50-card deck if the corp draws enough ice, which can be slow. I think your problem with EtF is a deckbuilding issue – you’re not build to interact with ice and will struggle if you have to.
In games against EtF, your build’s best strategy aside from the econ denial stuff is probably to find medium and blackmail R&D over and over again.