Nordea Bank S.A. lawyers use the tactics that you would expect to find in what is called a Rambo lawyer. They will try to distract the Courts with various underhanded moves and confuse them, attempting to win at any cost even if it is at the expense of the credibility of their own client.
Let us explain further: Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg operates in Spain via its Marbella office, run by podgy¬†Jesper Hertz. Some of the contracts that Nordea Bank S.A. signed with their very unfortunate clients were done so by the Luxembourg based Nordea, which is an S.A. (kind of plc), whereas others were by the company¬†Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich, which their Swiss branch.
According to Nordea’s¬†clever lawyers, the Swiss branch is a separate company altogether and is to be sued separately, as it has no connection with the Luxembourg parent company from where it has taken its name (we are sure of that, yeah, it was actually us who put them in touch with each other and that is why they now get on famously).
Well, some points to consider here when dealing with those Rambo lawyers’ antics:
– Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich is not authorized to operate in Spain, according to the Bank of Spain. So if it is not legally authorized, how come they offer banking products here?
–¬†Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich uses Jesper Hertz to sign all of its contracts, as does its parent company. That surely must be a coincidence!
– Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich responds to clients’ letters through their Luxembourg office…strange?
– Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich responds to clients’ angry letters with letterheaded paper from their Luxembourg parent company…they must have run out of corporate stationery.
– Nordea Bank S.A. Luxembourg, Zweigniederlassung Z√ľrich uses the same lawyers as the parent company, and also deals with clients through the Marbella branch, and also shares the website of the parent company in Luxembourg, and perhaps, after all, they are the one and only company…
But realistically, who is surprised by a banking conglomerate that invites people, with properties in Spain, through their prolific advertising offered from their Spanish branch office, to defraud the Spanish Tax Office?