by John Darer
If you're Burt Kroner, CEO of Client First Funding, your honker may be slightly out of joint by this revelation, SSQ Structured Settlement Quotes is the beneficiary of the web domain ClientFirstFinding.com. The screen shot history obtained using Domain Tools was created January 10, 2013. Download ClientFirstFinding screen shot Domain Tools 1-12-2013 SSQ
If you're the CEO of Settlement Capital which leases The Factoring Channel, it may be worth noting SSQ Structured Settlement Quotes is the beneficiary of the web domain factoringchannel.com. The screen shot obtained using Domain Tools was created October 7, 2012. Download Factoring channel SSQ Domain Tools 1-15-2013
If you're Don McNay, nationally syndicated HuffPo columist, owner of McNay Settlement Group and registrant of qualifiedsettlementfund.net. it may be worth noting that SSQ Structured Settlement Quotes is the beneficiary of quallifiedsettlementfund.net. Download Quallifiedsettlementfund.net profile 1-15-2013
All three domains are hosted on the same server at BlueHost.com
If you're David Miller, CEO of JG Wentworth, you'd have to be tickled red by this "blasphemous from the "Bosphorus", a turkish website which contains the words " Designed by JG Wentworth" in the lower right hand footer which links back to the SSQ website.
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Is SSQ's "one step beyond" SEO strategy madness?
Further to the plus side of the debate, one observes that the SSQ website is replete with non sequitur listings of insurance companies featuring broken website links and, as of the publishing time of this blog post, outdated third party ratings whose main purpose appears to be to utilize the brand of the insurer in connection with the words "structured settlement quotes" to draw traffic to the SSQ website. Companies such as 21st Century Co. feature 2009 information, when 2012 information is available and the SSQ website in its current form was published in the summer of 2012. Furthermore many of the company name sdisplayed do not and did not ever issue structured settlement annuities making the motivation for their inclusion highly suspect.
Could SSQ make a valid complaint about everyone in the structured settlement industry that uses the generic words "structured settlement quotes". Isn't it highly unlikely due to the generic nature of the term. Recent years for example, EPS Settlements and one of its predecessor companies were each rebuffed in attempts to trademark the tagline "The Structured Settlement Company". The term "structured settlement quotes" has been in commerical use for decades longer than SSQ has been in business. No trademark application is on file with the USPTO for the term.
Needless to say but you can add the above to the valid reasons that I do not trust SSQ, nor would I recommend the company to anyone.
Within 3 hours of my publishing this post, an attempt was made to suppress the content by copying it and posting the copy to a blogspot blog.