The Google+ profile for Greg Maynard referenced in my February 15, 2013 blog post (about an apparent effort by Sovereign Funding to obtain an SEO expert for its defense against claims in a lawsuit filed by Woodbridge Structured Funding in Maryland District Court) claimed that he attended Floriida A&M University.
When he attempted to verify Greg Maynard's credentials, The Structured Settlement Watchdog received a February 18, 2013 response to his inquiry to both a national student clearing house, which in turn went the further step of contacting Florida A&M.
"We asked the school to research your request because the information you provided did not match any of our records. The school was unable to locate either a degree or enrollment record for the subject of your verification request."
The Structured Settlement Watchdog previously covered what we believe to be an unrelated story from someone, also from Owings Mills Maryland, who masqueraded with outrageously false academic credentials on a website soliciting structured settlement annuitants.
But in the present case we know the subject matter is real because there really is a lawsuit that Sovereign Funding is defending.
Try Googling Greg Maynard. Seems to be a ghost. The only question is whose imagination was be a figment of?