Sampopankki = Danske has also had their paper documents in English for a long time.Upphew wrote:I have vague recollection that at one point Nordea was the only bank offering netbank in English. But that is ancient history. like a decade ago. I found a review of netbanks from 2010 that lists Nordea, OP, Sampopankki and Ålandsbaken having English as option.007 wrote:*correct me if I am wrong but I am sure only Nordea had such services in English up until OP came along.
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Does anyone have experience of online banking with Aland bank (Ålandsbanken)? They have a single branch in Helsinki but review is good (all others are terrible) and wikipedia says they won the best customer loyalty years ago.Beep_Boop wrote: ↑Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:52 amWhile betelgeuse is correct from a legal point of view, there are things you need to keep in your mind from the practical point of view. If don't want to bother fighting the usually ignorant bank customer service intern about your rights, I suggest you avoid Nordea completely. Almost all other banks make things easier for immigrants. Anecdotally, OP bank is one of the easiest banks for getting your online banking and online identity access from.