July 25, 2011


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  • Chip always has a very logical insight into very relative current matters.
    James Everhart
     
     
     
  • Ya, we have to pay when the regulator requires us to do so. But to say they will get it one way or the other is silly. This money we’re discussing belongs not to us but to our membership. If we’re forced to pay our membership’s money to the NCUA the onus is on the NCUA. We admit to our membership that we were forced by our regulating bureaucrats to pay them some of our membership’s money and may have taken a loss. But if we give our member’s money to the NCUA voluntarily the onus is on us. Leave the onus on the NCUA where it belongs.
    Dan
     
     
     
  • THE BOARD AND MYSELF HAS BEEN ASKING THIS QUESTION NUMEROUS TIMES "WHERE ARE THE FINANCIALS TO SHOW WHERE OUR FUNDS ARE GOING AND HOW THEY ARE BEING USED". NCUA STRESSES DUE DILIGENCE, WELL WHERE IS IT WHEN IT PERTAINS TO THEM?
    HELEN MARINKOVIC