Imperial Structured Settlements is a cash now pusher. The company makes the advertising promise of cash now which is misleading because nobody selling structured settlement payment rights is able to drift through the statutory court approval process instantly, or even an hour from now.
Today's press release posted on the Business Wire suggests that Imperial Structured Settlements "can convert annuity payment streams into a lump sum within two to three weeks of receiving a completed contract". Can Imperial Structured Settlements "can convert structured annuity payment streams into a lump sum within two to three weeks of receiving a completed contract"?
While at first I suspected that the Imperial structured Settlements statement of 2-3 weeks applies to payment rights to regular annuities NOT structured settlement annuities, it is evident from the misleading way this page of its web site is written that this promise has also been made to structured settlement annuities. In the video below the company subsequently contradict itself by stating that it can convert your long term payments to a lump sum TODAY. Which one of the statements is the truth when it comes to structured settlements? What truth in advertising ethic does Imperial Structured Settlements subscribe to?
The question arises because of the name Imperial Structured Settlements. Factoring companies with structured settlements in their name, without a qualifier like "factoring" or "liquidity" act as a catalyst to mislead the public. The use of such names also confounds the search engine results for tort victims who are seeking legitimate sources of structured settlements.
Imperial Structured Settlements, LLC IS NOT a legitimate source of structured settlements for tort victims.
The coup de grace:
So It's Not Exactly Cash Now? "No It's Certainly Not" Mark Wahlstrom Legal Broadcast Network and Earl Nesbitt the Executive Director of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers, Click here and watch the first 1 minute 20 seconds of the video