• Storris

    Ms Hewitt identifies as ‘Ms Hewitt’ and the article has constant references to ‘she’ and ‘her’ – It seems that Ms Hewitt is clearly a ‘Female’ and I’m positive that Lloyds TSB has a box to tick for that particular gender on their forms.

  • Dana Taylor

    So, do they ask women if their breasts are real as well?

  • Anonymous

    Sure, it’s fair to ask somebody who has had surgery to change their identity what their previous identity was . Especially if you’re doing business with that person and their credibility is linked to their identity.

  • disqus_IPpDBClDs5

    I wonder if this could be a credit history thing?

    Like in order to find out the risk to them, determine overdraft limits etc did they ask for a previous name?

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    So if I change my name the bank has no right to ask for my previous names? That’s basically what the bank is doing. They are doing credit checks, that’s all. Ms Hewitt is taking offence when none was intended. Stop being so sensitive.

    • Sherlock

      I feel like questions about surgery were the most intrusive.

  • Sherlock

    Previous name/gender marker is fine, if they were trying to do a background credit check. But surgery and what type? That is horrible and uncalled for. No one needs to know if or how a person had surgery.