The UBS bosses are committed to love and freedom when it comes to sexual orientation. They never miss an opportunity to show their openness to all forms of life.
Good this way. All the more striking the behavior when it comes to real life. A young customer was put off on the phone because his voice was too high.
That reports 20 minutes. The bank did not serve him because he sounded “too feminine”, the man said.
He was in the red with his credit card and wanted to ask UBS whether they could reduce his installment payments.
The young man says he answered all of the banker’s security questions correctly. Nevertheless, in the end he found that “my voice sounds too feminine and that is why he does not give me any information about my account”.
The credit card is in the name of a man and he does not sound like a man, the person concerned explained to 20 minutes with reference to the UBS banker.
The big bank told the medium that it was not aware of the specific case. Answers would only be refused by the company’s own employees if not all security questions were answered correctly.