With the Danish State’s permission, Jyske Bank A/S commits fraud against customers who have no legal certainty.
Here you can easily see proof that Jyske Bank are criminals and use false and misleading documents to defraud the bank’s customers.
12-08-2022. and corrected 14 august. Mail To the Finans Danmark board and lawyers. Finans Danmark hereby has the opportunity to disassociate itself from Jyske Bank’s A/S organized crime in denmark.
Or the Finans Denmark can do like the rest of the friends, in the authorities and political system, to prevent to prevent law and order among criminal banks in Denmark, and share responsibility for Finans Danmark allowing their members to commit fraud and use bribery.
If there are some of you who are mentioned on this page, or elsewhere, and have corrections, or want a meeting before I have had my meeting with Lars Rohde Denmarks Nationalbank, please call Carsten Storbjerg +4522227713 and arrange a meeting.
I want to point out that Denmark has a big problem with corruption, I have misunderstood something so please correct me.
And to the politicians, officials and employees in the authorities who have helped to confirm that this is a scandal that has not been seen before, thank you for the information, I am writing this to give Jyske Bank A/S and the authorities the opportunity to correct the ship up, and remember the Titanic couldn’t sink either.
I want dialogue and conversation, which you all refuse to answer.
Read here the 3 emails, from 11 August 2022. respectively to 1. The National Bank of Denmark. 2. Prime Minister Mette FerderiksenThe government and 3. the Financial Supervisory Authority, whether Jyske Bank has a future in Denmark, after the use of document forgery, fraud, bribery, email has also been sent to the European central bank.
11-08-2022. This copy PDF file. www.banknyt.dk frontpage, is specially made for. Denmarks Nationalbank, The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, The Government and Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen.
This here is about members of the Danish authorities, and also the Danish Courts Authority with positions as judges of the Supreme Court helping to undermine Danes’ legal certainty, when Danish banks like Jyske Bank A/S are behind obvious crime.
And IT is a problem for legal certainty, that Jyske Bank A/S would like to bribe the customer’s lawyers “Lundgren’s.” To oppose the case against Jyske Bank A/S is presented.
It was Supreme Court judge Kurt Rasmussen, who is employed by the Danish Courts Agency and who works in the “left .” High Court, who is one of those, who approved that Jyske Bank A/S was willing to bribe Lundgren’s lawyers, even if payment was made by return commission.
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