by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Doing business with Poinciana, LLC, Nathaniel Pulsifer and DCF Exchange could see you "being made an example of". Ask Lisa Louise Coiner Bucher*, 53, from Auburn Nebraska, who on February 3, 2017 entered into an Absolute Assignment Agreement with Poinciana, LLC for which payments were to be deposited into " DCF, BT #9A020917A (A Nevada Business Trust) c/o Goldstar #650062 at P.O. Box 719 Canyon, TX.
Paragraph 14 of the Stipulation states that Insurers, Poinciana, Assignee (identified as DCF BT #9A020917A (A Nevada Business Trust) c/o Goldstar #650062) and Bucher agree that the contents of this Stipulation shall remain confidential and shall not be disclosed to any persona or entity (other than counsel for the parties, auditors, insurers, vendees, investors, senior managers, or such employees whose knowledge is required to carry out the terms of this Stipulation.
DCF Exchange is a Whitefish Montana Limited liability Company which markets structured settlement derivatives under the scam label secondary market annuities. Such payments streams are not annuities. Nathaniel M. Pulsifer is the President and Founder of DCF Exchange according to its website.
DCF Exchange posts a Redacted Closing Book for the above transaction, apparently for marketing purposes, peppered with all sorts of Billy Bob and Betty Joes, but in in which the identity, address and name of the signatory for Poinciana, LLC was redacted, but the seller Lisa Coiner Bucher was clearly left unredacted. Download DCF-Closing-Book-Redacted
But then again, if the seller's name was redacted then the record could not be scraped by the next vulture.
*but for the fact that the document was not redacted by DCF for the exemplar I was able to easily determine s. Bucher's age, 14 of her relatives, places lived, where she went to school and where she has worked. I'm sure that was not what Bucher signed up for when she agreed to sell her payments to Poinciana, LLC, whose key person's name and address WAS redacted.