Over the past three-weeks, we've received several emails. Some describe personal experiences with President Wiggington and with some of his executive staff, however, the most interesting messages we receive concern our identity. Usually these inform us who the writer(s) think we are though to date, they've been wrong.
Earlier today, we received one email which caused us to pause and which we now feel impelled to share with our readers. It was sent to us from a "noreply" address in an obvious attempt to hide the person's identity. Like ourselves, the writer chose to remain anonymous. Here is the reader's email. Enjoy.
In response to: "Not a Good Day for C.W."
Now I know who you really are John. You gave yourself away. Long day yesterday for you too, huh "JOHN"?
We appreciate all comments even those which criticize us and those which try to unveil oour identities or in this case, identity. Our guess is that the person sending the email is someone occupying a position within the credit union's management sector. Are we correct, Charles R. Wiggington, Sr.?