Rover418275 wrote:I worked for a company in Manchester a couple of years ago that knew that it's employees were lying to obtain business, impersonating Local Authority employees, using National Insurance numbers fraudulently and yes owned and managed by a family of Morons er, I mean Mormons.
Whilst I understand your point, I wouldnâ€™t want to initiate here a debate on the virtues or otherwise of the Mormons, thereby risking going off topic or opening up the possibility of prejudicious religious discussion. On that point, my earlier misuse of the word â€™templesâ€™ has now been corrected.
No, I was referring to pornographers being valued contributors to the commercial success of that bank, and my unspoken posit that there might be ethical grounds for individuals to reassess their banking preferences, as is done in many other areas.
Their reputation for banking excellence and principled management may or may not be deserved, according to your view and irrespective of their professed adherence to lofty religious pretension. To repeat, there is always a choice.