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Boursorama: customers announce they are leaving online banking after an interview with Marion Maréchal

2024-02-26T22:12:55.649Z

Highlights: Boursorama: customers announce they are leaving online banking after an interview with Marion Maréchal. The French company defended itself this Monday from “being the partner of any political party, whatever it may be” “Like all media”, Boursorama “ strives to ensure a principle of fairness between the different political parties and movements in our country” To discover PODCAST - Listen to the Le Figaro Politique club with Yves Thréard


Faced with the scale of the phenomenon on social networks, the French company defended itself this Monday from “being the partner of any political party, whatever it may be”.


An invitation that makes some people cringe.

Three days after receiving the head of the Reconquest list!

Marion Maréchal in her show

“Ecorama”

, the online bank Boursorama, which is also a media outlet, felt obliged to respond to the anger of some of its customers.

While the latter have multiplied disapproving messages on social networks, to show their dissatisfaction with this interview and announce the upcoming closure of their account, the French company released a few publications Monday evening on X.

“Like all media” ,

Boursorama “

strives to ensure a principle of fairness between the different political parties and movements in our country”

.

To discover

  • PODCAST - Listen to the Le Figaro Politique club with Yves Thréard

The opportunity to dot the I’s:

“Boursorama is not the “partner” of any political party, whatever it may be”

.

Concerned about retaining its numerous customers, who were able to be brought back via a promotional offer which this bank is accustomed to, she insists on the list of guests for her show, which, being

“made up of politicians from all the major parties and main union representatives”, “attested”

to its respect for political plurality.

“An assistantship system”

Personalities as diverse as the Renaissance MP Marc Ferracci, the CEO of Danone Antoine de Saint-Afrique, and the LFI MP Aurélie Trouvé were recently received.

In her interview, Marion Maréchal was able to develop her arguments, the basis of her economic software.

She denounced

“an assistantship system in our country which does not encourage a return to work.”

“Work must pay better, we must therefore ask ourselves the question of the costs which weigh on salaries”

.

If the speech is, all in all, quite classic, from a liberal right, it is undoubtedly the image sent by Marion Maréchal, granddaughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen and former FN deputy, which may have frightened certain clients .

Source: lefigaro

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