GoldShore Oil Credit Union

danalto

Senior Member
Italy - Italian
Hi, WR! :D Da "Law & Order Los Angeles". È stato ritrovato il cadavere di un uomo, lo hanno appena ripescato dall'oceano. TJ, uno dei Detectives, apre il portafogli e tira fuori una carta di credito:

TJ:
Meet Freddy Ramirez. He's got an account at GoldShore Oil Credit Union.
Winters:
An oil worker.
TJ:
Ti presento / Si chiamava Freddy Ramirez. Aveva un conto ???
Winters:
Un operaio petrolifero.

In altri contesti avrei lasciato in originale il nome della banca, ma come vedete da questo scambio di battute è qui che si capisce che la vittima lavorava in campo petrolifero, perciò (forse) l'unica soluzione è trovare un nome per questa banca che crei l'aggancio per giustificare la risposta di Winters.
Any hints? :eek:
 
  • Lorena1970

    Banned
    Italy, Italiano
    Infatti il link non descrive un sindacato, ma :

    Credit unions differ from banks and other financial institutions in that the members who have accounts in the credit union are the owners of the credit union and they elect their board of directors in a democratic one-person-one-vote system regardless of the amount of money invested in the credit union.
    In some places, credit unions are called by other names; for example, in many African countries they are called "savings and credit cooperative organizations" (SACCOs), "to emphasize savings before credit".In Spanish-speaking countries, they are often called cooperativas de ahorro y crédito,but in Mexico they are typically called a caja popular.French terms for "credit union" include caisse populaire and banque populaire.Afghan credit unions are called "Islamic investment and finance cooperatives" (IIFCs) and comply with Islamic banking practices.
    (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_union)

    Spero aiuti i prossimi foreri.:)

    edit: Lorena mi fa gli scherzi! :D Hahahahah....!LOL
     
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    danalto

    Senior Member
    Italy - Italian
    Infatti il link non descrive un sindacato, ma :

    Credit unions differ from banks and other financial institutions in that the members who have accounts in the credit union are the owners of the credit union and they elect their board of directors in a democratic one-person-one-vote system regardless of the amount of money invested in the credit union.
    In some places, credit unions are called by other names; for example, in many African countries they are called "savings and credit cooperative organizations" (SACCOs), "to emphasize savings before credit".In Spanish-speaking countries, they are often called cooperativas de ahorro y crédito,but in Mexico they are typically called a caja popular.French terms for "credit union" include caisse populaire and banque populaire.Afghan credit unions are called "Islamic investment and finance cooperatives" (IIFCs) and comply with Islamic banking practices.
    (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credit_union)

    Spero aiuti i prossimi foreri.:)

    edit: Lorena mi fa gli scherzi! :) Hahahahah....!LOL
    È che io di queste cose ci capisco meno di niente! :eek:
    Però la tua proposta continua a sembrarmi la migliore. Aspettiamo altri eventuali suggerimenti!
    Grazie, Lorenachemifaglischerzi! :D
     
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