DFCU bank could be dragged to court to answer all charges concerning sharing former crane bank client’s confidential information PUBLICLY.
The Complaints were lodged by Rajiv Ruparella, (son of sudhir Ruparelia), A former client of crane bank-now DFCU bank whose phone number was publicly shared in various publications on social media by m/s Bwanika;saawa and company advocates, A law firm that represents DFCU bank.
The number was shared with journalist and bloggers in notice of intention to sue dated October 5th 2018 and reference KBB-2018-071-01
In the notice, DFCU lawyers accused Rajiv for paying a section of bloggers and journalists to publish false and destructive stories about their bank,Warning him to stop or else they would take legal actions.
They further shared a list of journalists who they claimed had been paid, together with Rajiv’s number which they said was being used to communicate with them.
But through his lawyers, the Walusimbi and company advocates, Rajiv says DFCU’s actions of sharing his contact have caused him enormous inconvenience asking for formal apology and retraction of the notice of intention to sue.
Rajiv believes his number was picked from the bank account held with DFCU after the takeover of crane bank in 2016.
Our client begrudged this breach of confidence actionable both civilly and criminally and accordingly requires an immediate formal apology similarly published on all platforms.
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