Today will my blog post be pretty negative. I am not a negative person, but when something is unfair, I feel like expressing myself and get my opinion out. Because if nobody is complaining, nothing will change. That’s rather logical.
I know my single post won’t change anything, but I want to write it anyway.
This post will mainly be about this mandatory ridiculous danish thing called ‘NemID’ and here we go:
I will explain to you foreigners what NemID is. I am saying foreigners because NemID is mandatory in Denmark, so everyone know what it is.
It is the most ridiculous mandatory thing ever founded. It is simply a security system you use as an authenticator for every single page that is important to be able to log into. So I will explain what an authenticator is aswell. Let’s start from the bottom:
When you log into NemID with your username and password, you get a 6 digit number, and on the NemID card, you will find these numbers marked as bold and next to that 6 digit bold number, there is another 6 digit number non-bold (apparently because if both were bold or not, they would be difficult to seperate them). And here we go; that is the 6 digit number you authenticate with to be able to login to the current page. So you log into NemID with your username and password, get a 6 digit number, look at your card after that number in bold and then type in the number next to and then press ‘Login’ to login.
Min page where you choose your municipality. This page makes you able to change address and/or municipality, change doctor, see your retirement savings, see your income before and after tax and pretty much everything that was used to be handled by your municipality manually. You also need borger.dk to make applications for all the things that are included in our very well-known welfare system. How do you login and what is the only opportunity? NemID ofcourse.
Main page which is login to your doctor to renew your prescriptions, ask your doctor questions (which is much much easier than staying standby on the phone at 8AM in the morning. You are also able to book doctor meetings yourself. I am that kind of guy that likes to do things by myself, because maybe it’s just me being unlucky or maybe it’s a fact that pretty much everyone around you don’t take their job serious. You should work at a job you like. Not some job that annoys you, so you sit behind the desk at Wallmart with a face that looks like you’re tired of living. Choose a job you like so you’re motivated, interested and engaged. Otherwise, you’re not suited for the job. But that was kinda out of context. How do you login and what is the only opportunity? NemID ofcourse.
Main page with information about your blood tests, laboratory answers, journals, medicine, medicine appropriations etc. etc. How do you login and what is the only opportunity? NemID ofcourse.
Then we got your online banking. I don’t have to explain, because online banking is something everyone knowns about. But my point is; How do you login and what is the only opportunity? NemID ofcourse.
I could actually write about more pages where the only login opportunity is NemID, but I think you got the point. The only good thing about NemID is that when you got like 10-20 keys left, you will automatically receive a new by mail. AND HERE IS THE PLOT OF THE STORY: You will get a new one when you’re about to run out of keys IF YOU HAVE A NEMID CARD
I bet you sit there asking yourself: “then why don’t you get one”
I can tell you. At the moment, I got an unknown address. I am registered in a municipality but with unknown street name and zip code. Because I haven’t got an address is because I lived together with my girlfriend which I left because she cheated on me (surprise). She also stole all my things which is things with a value for about 300.000 DKK. You can do the exchange rate check yourself. But that’s a story I can tell another day.
In Denmark, a part of our welfare system is that when you live alone and got a low income, you get a percentage of your apartment rent regulated. Like 15-20% off. Ofcourse I could pay my mum, but there’s another danish system fail (again). If I move my address to my moms house. We are two persons over 18 years, which is the legal age in Denmark. By law, incest is illegal (Incest is not mandatory illegal in all countries in the world), so by danish law, we are not able to make a couple or get married because we are mother and son. But they will still regulate our income because we are two people together and by that, they mean we can do fine with less money, because we share. Who the fuck says that we share things? I could have my own room and buy everything myself (which I do). So apparently, we live together, but apart from each other. That is exactly the same as living two different places. Why should our income get regulated? That doesn’t make sense!
Back to the plot
I haven’t got a NemID and I can’t get one before I find an address. Your bank got NemID authenticator cards lying around so you can go to your bank and get one if you need one fast. I tried this but because I haven’t got an address I can’t get one? They won’t send my mail, they would give me the card with me when I visit the bank. What difference does the address make? Can anyone explain?
So if you haven’t got an address, you can pretty much do nothing. I need borger.dk to change address as well, so I can’t even fucking login to change my address if I find one. Haha. That is so insane that I don’t know whether to cry or laugh.
I haven’t got any funny videos for you today, cause I’ve spend my entire day trying to get a fucking NemID card. Most stupid thing ever made. What about the homeless people aswell? We could continue, but one more word about NemID in my head, and I will literally explode.
Atleast I hope you all had a nice day. I am surprised if anyone had a more unlucky and unexplainable day than mine.
Thanks for reading
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