Friday, November 16, 2012

Chatter Yak! Correction

Earlier this week, I did a post about Chatter Yak! based upon an article appearing in Credit Union Journal. The publication erroneously mentioned that the founders of Chatter Yak!, who are now part of the management of CitizensFirst CU, owned the credit union service organization.

Chatter Yak! in fact was a wholly-owned CUSO of Vacationland Federal Credit Union.

Neither Ralofsky nor Roth benefitted from the transaction.

1 comment:

  1. What exactly did you expect when you used CU Journal as a source? The next story they get right will be their first.



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