Based on the BCV's article that the Swiss economy is in good shape, my question to BCV was whether it would be appropriate for employees such as Mr. Raynald Mayor, proxy holder BCV, who protects the Swiss market from foreign competition? As the recording proves!
In a court ruling by the Swiss Federal Court, the Geneva Cantonal Bank BCGE was found guilty of serious misconduct towards a customer.
After a long legal dispute, the BCGE was ordered to pay the client half a million for the "gross negligence" of the bank.
As can be read further in the newspaper article, the bank - according to the plaintiff - has taken no responsibility for their actions:
"The BCGE never took responsibility for it`s actions, BCGE had difficulty returning my assets, and being a customer for over thirty years, BCGE asked me to close my account, which was unprofessional and vicious."
As you can read in Wikipedia DE, Protectionism is a form of trade policy in which a state tries to discriminate foreign suppliers on the domestic market through trade barriers in order to protect domestic suppliers against foreign competition. The opposite is free trade.”
Today Raynald Mayor told me the real reason why BCV sabotaged my project!
Raynald Mayor, Proxy holder BCV:
"Ironing ... is in
Tschecky (Czech Republic) ... and that affects different versions. I do
not know. Many small hands iron there and you are picking-up the laundry
here in Switzerland with a truck. They go arround and pick it up, tack,
tack, tack and that is sent there. Yes, the credit analyst said yes ok,
but this means we have pressing services in Vaud and various people who
are here and who are doing - I have to say that - I do not say this,
but BCV the credit analyst says that all the money goes to Tschecky
(Czech Republic), and here we have pressing. This is like a competition from abroad"
The discussions with the top management of the BCV were unsuccessful and there were initial doubts about the seriousness of BCV.
Contrary to the hoped-for clarification, more and more questions arose ...
Letter from Mr. Raynald Mayor, proxy holder BCV:
- Does an official document of the Banque Cantonale Vaudoise look like this? - Must a customer need to wait 17! weeks wait to get such a document? - Why could the Banque Cantonale Vaudoise could not submit any further documents to the defend their allegations? - It is of specific interest of how a Swiss company may receive as a reason for a credit denial the following statement from Mr. Mayor: "Coeur du système basé hors du canton de Vaud" ???
Letter from Mr. Patrcik Blanc, Vice branch manager BCV:
Contrary to the precise and detailed reasons desired by my legal costs insurance, I received only a few sentences without strong evidence supporting the claims of BCV. Statements were made without giving any detailed answers to the qu…
My business concept concerned an ironing service. Through outsourcing the ironing to an EU country, enabled me to offer the Swiss customers an attractive price. Due to the favorable price-performance ratio, many potential customers could have opted for my offer. Therefore my clientele would have been accordingly large.
"... A secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful. ..." "... The act of two or more persons, called conspirators, working secretly to obtain some goal, usually understood with negative connotations. ..."
The collaboration of several people at the BCV spanning over several hierarchical levels of the bank is beyond doubt. The conspiration began with the "simple" clerk Mr. Christophe Meylan, followed by Mr. Raynald Mayor, proxy holder of the BCV Morges, as well as Mr. Patrick Blanc, vice branch manager of BCV Morges. In addition the lawyer Mr. Pierre Godel and the CEO Mr. Pascal Kiener were also involved in the incident. Last but not least, BCV's Compliance Department was also informed about my case.
The objective was clear, to keep me with my business idea away from the Swiss market in order to protect the local companies from my competiti…
The Banque cantonale vaudoise (BCV) is a Swiss cantonal bank which is part of the 24 cantonal banks serving Switzerland's 26 cantons. The headquarters are located in Lausanne. Founded in 1845, Banque Cantonale Vaudoise in 2014 had 74 branches across Switzerland with 1 946 employees; total assets of the bank were 41 287.66 mln CHF. Unlike most of the cantonal banks, Banque Cantonale Vaudoise doesn't have any state guarantee of its liabilities. Banque Cantonale Vaudoise has a branch in Guernsey.
Based on my own experiences, I would like to share them with everyone and thereby contribute to the fact that protectionism and the associated discrimination are no longer to be hidden and must be disclosed.