A central area and the senior director of telenor's chain of shops have lost their posts.
It confirms Telenor on Friday over the for Extra Magazine, which last month revealed widespread cheating by a large number of customers across the country.
the Case led initially to the layoffs of several store managers and vendors, but Telenor maintained at the time that it had evidence that the case brought up in the management.
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the 75-year-old Anne Larsen of Valby got 3782 crowns return after ekstrabladet revealed the extensive cheating in Telenor. Until then, she and her family tried, in vain, to be heard in the company. Photo: Linda Johansen
Technology - 22. aug. 2019 - at. 20:58 Telenor scandal grows: Hundreds of customers affected by the cheating.
the Case began in the company's store in Bilka in Hundige, where a store manager and three vendors were the first to lose the job.
It came to pass, when it was discovered, how the sellers helped the criminals to get access to the equipment and subscriptions without a valid photo id. And that the weak the elderly, the disabled and other customers were grossly duped into signing expensive contracts they had never asked.
However, when Ekstra Bladet talked about the case, told a large number of customers and current and former employees, that the case was not isolated. The imposture came to pass also in a number of other stores and particularly on the island of Zealand.
the Revelations got Telenor to examine more than 100,000 customer relationships, whereby at least a couple of hundred customers were contacted. It happened, because it was feared that they had been exposed to either oversalg or direct cheating.
A flurry of resignations hit at the same time, several store managers and vendors.
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After the case came forward, complained more of the fired salespeople over that responsibility alone was placed with them.
Both the current employees at Telenor believes that the systematic cheating was the result of a sick salgskultur, as both the executive board and distriktscheferne have a crucial responsibility for. And now have two managers lost their posts.
The most prominent is Thomas Krogh Skou, who until now has been the supreme head of telekædens shops. He got the job as retaildirektør in 2016, but has a number of years worked his way up through the company as both the district and kædechef and later as vice president.
The other chief had the responsibility for the district, as the store at the Hundige below.
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Thomas Krogh Skou said several times in the case of cheating in Telenor, as he was responsible for the chain of stores. The responsibility he has now lost. Photo: Telenor
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At Telenor want you today to explain the importance of the comprehensive teleskandale have the two bosses can now call themselves former. There is talk about civil service tribunal, which limits the ability to comment on them.
But the company's management confirms in an email to the two managers no longer have their positions.
'In connection with a planned reorganization and the collection of our sales-, market - and broadcasting, we have made a number of management positions - including the position as retaildirektør,' writes press officer Alice Klitholm Duch in his response.
'The new leader for all of our sales channels are now putting up his team, and it has resulted in a dismissal of the distriktschefen in the San, that stopped in Telenor.'
even Though Thomas Krogh Skou no longer has its chefstilling, it does the opposite distriktschefen not, that he finally left the company.
'We are in dialogue with our former retaildirektør about the opportunities in the Telenor group,' explains it further.
Extra Magazine has asked Thomas Krogh Skou on a comment on the matter, but he has not responded to our request.
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