by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Imperial Structured Settlements has run afoul of the Better Business Bureau
According the South East Florida BBB
- Imperial Structured Settlements' "BBB Accreditation was revoked because the business failed to honor its accreditation agreement with BBB".
- Imperial Structured Settlements "this company's accreditation in BBB was revoked by BBB's Board of Directors due to engaging in activities reflecting poorly on the BBB or its members"
I wonder what those activities were. Anybody know?
Two weeks after revocation Imperial Structured Settllements continues to advertise that it is an accredited business. Visitors to Imperial's website can discover the truth by clicking on the BBB link.
NASP, a trade association in which Imperial Structured Settlements is a member states as part of its Standards of Conduct that:
"Business practices that reflect negatively on the secondary market, which are unfair or deceptive, or which attract criticism from courts, legislators, regulators, or participants in the primary market pose a significant threat to the continued viability of the secondary market. Companies, firms, entities, or individuals that engage in these practices are not welcome in NASP and will not be invited to join NASP or to continue their membership"
Imperial Structured Settlements'Dustin Nelson sits on the Board of Directors of NASP as its Secretary.