Journalist Ayşe Düzkan announced that her accounts were blocked by HSBC after she got out of prison.
Recently, there are reports from banks about informing customers by saying “we do not want to work with you” to many people have been dismissed or removed from their duties with the Decree Law. Journalist Ayse Duzkan said that a similar situation happened to her and announced that her accounts had been blocked by HSBC after she got out of prison. The journalist, writer Ayşe Düzkan, who was sentenced to one year and six months in prison for participating in the Delegation of Özgür Gündem newspaper’s Sentry General Directorate campaign, was blocked after his release from prison.
Duzkan said that HSBC reported to her that they did not want to work with her after she was released. “Not even via phone call. One day I couldn’t withdraw money from the ATM, I called the bank and found out that they blocked my accounts. I got my money from the branch, my cards were canceled ”. said she. Ayse Düzkan was released on 12 June.
benzer bişey benim de başıma geldi, @HSBC_TR hapisten çıktıktan sonra benimle çalışmak istemediğini bildirdi. arayarak falan da değil. bir gün bankamatikten para çekemedim, bankayı aradım, hesaplarımı bloke ettiklerini öğrendim. şubeden paramı aldım, kartlarım iptal edildi. https://twitter.com/gazeteduvar/status/1213704177869824000 …