"As I went into the Courthouse last week to record a Deed of Trust for a mortgage closing, I could not believe that it took an hour to complete something that should have taken no more than 5 minutes! When I walked through the metal detector, the sheriff's deputy was waiting for me with a mortgage application. A Clerk of Court employee was walking in the door as I was finishing up with the deputy and started asking about a car loan. Once I entered the Register of Deeds office, three employees jumped me and began asking about our checking and savings accounts. I told them about the switch program, how easy it was to changeover, and they all got fired-up and were ready to leave their b%*k and come to the credit union.
B@*k Transfer Oink!
I am in the process of talking with the Clerk about using an empty office at the Courthouse next time I go....."
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil isthat good men donothing."
- Edmund Burke
NCUA Board member Mike Fryzel provides an interesting defense of the NCUA's "Don't Worry, Be Happy Plan" for the upcoming "free exit" of credit unions from the NCUSIF. Well worth a read in the November, 2011 edition of "The NCUA Report" (on page 4, "Common Sense Approach Is Always Best").
We surmised that the Agency looks carefully across the various branches of government as a source of innovative ideas, policies and best practices. Those new concepts and creative insights are then molded, modified, and transformed internally to conform with the unique vision, mission, culture and mystique of the Agency.
Some of us were convinced that the Agency had obviously in-sourced from the military branch the policy of "DADT" - (Don't Ask, Don't Tell!).
Of course molded, modified and transformed to conform with the unique vision, mission, culture and mystique of....into "DADC" ***.....