Thursday, July 05, 2007

Buck Stops Where?

Bank Prez
Denies Responsibility
For Mortgage Leak



Questions:

Who else has this information?

How is it being safeguarded?

Why was it brought to the town council?

Would bank prez testify under oath about this matter?

Is it a partnership with the town
or is it a shakedown of the town?

How many council members are shareholders
of Enfield Federal?

And whose sister works there?

Lest we forget: Who developed Enfield Federal?


Hot Memo Of The Week ....


From: David O'Connor [mailto:doconnor@enfieldfederal.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 2:09 PM


Subject: From Mr. O'Connor


... I am forwarding this email regarding inappropriate
information being stated in Cool Justice Blog.

The bank values its reputation on protecting customer privacy. In 91 years we have never been accused of violating this principle.

Enfield Federal Saving is a Federally Regulated Bank. As such, EFS is required to respond to any legitimate signed requests that are made to our Regulator.

The "anonymous" person or persons doing so in this Blog are some of the most cowardly individuals who are never held accountable for destroying individuals and corporate reputations. We feel what has happened to Matt is most unfortunate, but this information has not been disseminated by Enfield Federal Savings.

We are disappointed that because of the partnership we have established with the Town, Enfield Federal Saving is being accused of a wrong doing solely through some political or personal motivation. We value our relationship with the Town of Enfield. We look forward to helping in any way possible to resolving this issue.

David J. O'Connor

President & Chief Executive Officer

Enfield Federal Savings/

New England Bancshares, Inc.




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  • 7 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    As they'd say on "Seinfield", "yadda, yadda, yadda". Am so glad I don't
    have an acct at Enfield Fed. And gotta wonder how many others will move their accts as a result of this
    leak.

    a rose is a rose said...

    the LAST thing i think the cool justice report is, is cowardly!

    Anonymous said...

    >>We look forward to helping in any way possible to resolving this issue.

    How does one "take back" leaking a piece of personal information. How can that be resolved? Damage is done. Privacy was breeched. What will be promised now? That this won't ever happen again?

    Enfield Town Manager is likely wondering why the heck he ever decided to take a job in such bizarre town. And the previous manager is likely happier than ever he was pushed out of Enfield.

    Anonymous said...

    >>> The "anonymous" person or persons doing so in this Blog are some of the most cowardly individuals

    So the Enfield Fed prez is also a
    reader of this blog? Is there anyone in Enfield area who doesn't read this blog? This little saga is more interesting than any soap opera on the tube. Who said there nothin' good on during the summer!

    Anonymous said...

    >>> most cowardly individuals

    What's really cowardly is to leak private information and then not take full responsibility for the offense. Is the Enf Fed Bank prez accusing the blog of leaking this person's private mortgage info? How would the blog know who has what bank holding their mortgages?? Does the blog work at Enf Fed?? I don't think so.

    Anonymous said...

    >>The "anonymous" person or persons doing so in this Blog are some of the most cowardly individuals

    Haven't anonymous tips help break many a case? Aren't anonymous tips encouraged and sort out by police? So then why aren't anonymous comments held in the same esteem? As long as info is "true" I don't care how someone submits the info, and thus far, none of the facts presented here have been reputed. Have they? If this site was a bunch of bull, no one would be logging in. Interest would have fizzled, not sizzled.

    Anonymous said...

    So did you read your privacy statement from Enfield Federal? Came in the mail in the last week.

    It says they safeguard customer information. Mr. Coppler you are obviously not safe.