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SHOWN TO THE RIGHT, ARE THE CONTENTS OF THE 11/27/12 LETTER SIGNED BY PRIORITY ONE CREDIT UNION PRESIDENT, CHARLES R. WIGGINGTON, SR. IN COMPLIANCE TO THE TERMS OF SETTLEMENT AGREED TO BY THE CREDIT UNION AND A MEMBER WHO SUED THE CREDIT UNION, ALLEGING THEIR WILLFUL VIOLATION OF THE PRIVACY ACT.

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Friday, March 6, 2009

"I know who you really are John"

A Would-Be-Investigator

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.

From Anonymous
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.? 



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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think the kitchen is getting too hot for Sir Wiggington. Maybe he can get a job at a BMW dealership.

Anonymous said...

Why would someone write they know who John is but not dispute any of the information in ANY of the posts?

Seems like they're upset because they've been outted. Post a rebuttal Mr or Mrs Non-reply!

admiral said...

Make that a Used BMW car lot.

Don't worry Wiggy you can probably makes lots of sales at Justice auto, too.

Anonymous said...

"Long day yesterday for you too, huh "JOHN"?

Interesting use of the English language.

rene said...

When Wiggington arrived at Priority One, he seemed friendly. Too friendly.

He tried to be everybody’s friend and used to tell everyone about his expensive house and collection of cars.

Of course, he probably should not have invited us to his home which is located in a really bad part of town and not to be rude, but like him it doesn’t live up to his hype.

The minute it was announced that he was to take over as president, he stopped speaking to Mr. Harris and even treated him like dirt.

Diedre kept Mr. Harris out completely from helping select a new CEO even though Mr. Harris had 36 years of experience and knew the credit union better then anyone else.

John do you know if any money was paid on the car that Wiggington took from the member or was the balance due just written-off?

An audit has to be done. I suspect delinquent loans are not being aged correctly. Wiggington has been known to play with the numbers and how things are reported, includind delinquences.

Chuckie Jr. said...

Someone wrote that Pocu borrowed money to look good. That is absolutely correct (believe me, I know).

Mr. Harris raised the credit unions assets to $172 million in less than 1 year without borrowing money to make the numbers look good. After he left, asset size dropped to $161 million and after that, Charles took the credit union on a wild downhill roller coaster ride.

Let me tell you, Wiggington used to brag that when he was named president he was going to get rid of Rodger Smock. He said he would get rid of Aaron who was the Director of lending. Since the 90’s he used to say he would one day get rid of Patti Loiacano. He also said he would get rid of Jodi Hurst. After he was named CEO, he said everyone better bow down to him or else. Bow down! He even said that Diedra was an a— and that she and the board will never tell him what to do. When O. Glenn told him he should dress more like a CEO Charles went about saying that O. Glenn had a lot of nerve to tell anyone how to dress.

Wake up members, this person has no respect for anyone. He talks horrible about whoever he can. He doesn’t even respect himself!

Wiggington is no Mr. Harris. When he took over, members saw through him and it became so obvious that something had changed. So with the quality of service dropping, members began to close out their accounts. It hit the credit union hard because a lot of large depositors left with all their money.

People were used to speaking to Mr. Harris and could reach him at any time. Since the Gastapo took over all good will to members and employees stopped.

Yolanda said...

Wiggington, why don't you send another message to John but this time sign it.

Anonymous said...

Rene? That names sounds soooooo familiar. Where have I heard that name before? Good job John. Let's start a petition and get rid of you know who!

Obama said...

The board should resign. They walk around like the employees owe them something. Maybe if they actually did something for the employees and members, they would actually get some respect. It seems that when there is a promotion if it does not benefit them, they find a way to benefit them. They dont want the employees to have any extras or anything. Even when it comes down to T-Shirts if the employees have something new they have to have it. Come on Board!! Give us a Break, Times are hard. If you are not going to help the employees, dont make it worst, by stealing from them.

John said...

No, the balance due on the car by the member whose car was repossessed and then acquired by Charles Wiggington, was never paid-off though it was eventually written-off by the credit union. The act damaged the member's credit not the mention the emotional toll it may have taken on a man who had fallen behind with his loan payments due to illness in his family.

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