Let me decide what is constructive. A forum is also an area of freedom, where critical opinions must be respected.
In my opinion, and the facts are there to support it, is that this change of bank and the conditions in which it intervened is an unglamorous aspect of Darwinex's history.
To deny absolute evidence is ridiculous.
But again, I remain convinced that this is a situation suffered by Darwinex. To leave voluntarily Barclays for Sabadel is an insult to my intelligence, but especially to the talent of the management.
For me it is very likely that you got fired by Barclays because it is by far the most rational explanation.
And if Darwinex had the transparency to say "Barclays begged us to leave, we had to find a backup solution," I assure you that I would have had a very constructive attitude.
Since @ignacio recognized a bug in communication, we will not do the story again.
But I refute your criticism on my lack of constructivity. The original sin in this case is the lack of transparency of Darwinex.