by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Who you associate with says alot about who you are. The case of Structured Settlement-Quotes.com makes an interesting laboratory study in "guilt by association". Andrew Cravenho's company, out of Narrangansett, Rhode Island has recently been associated with improbable "reviewers" and paid shills such as a lingerie salewoman from Malaysia, a dufus that thought Britney Spears deserves a structured settlement because of all the abuse she's taken from the press, the wife of a so-called "pawn broker nazi" and now effectively a "porn broker".
The writer, Amanda-Ocntara, writes a piece with Andrew Cravenho's name at the bottom, which includes "SSQ's official Paysites Preview Guide to selling structured Settlements". Clicking on the Pay Sites Previews link (as of 1212pm on 08/21/2007) leads the reader to a site that has nothing to do with structured settlements, but is about "buck bisexuals" and contains other indexed hard core graphic sexual content. I wrestled with whether or not to include this story, but it's sadly relevant to highlight and expose people (no pun intended!) with such a lack of decency and extreme level of depravity.
If you are offended by such content you should not click on the link on the Amanda-Ocntara site.
If the structured settlement factoring industry seeks to improve its image it should excoriate such behavior by one of its own. Despite my strong criticism I would like to think that the factoring industry has a level of decency above the depravity exhibited in the Structured Settlement-Quotes.com marketing efforts.
To the scum that wrote the piece for Structured Settlement-Quotes.com, consider that someone reading your piece could be a grieving member of a family who have lost a loved one or have a physically impaired child. There's a prime table for two reserved in hell for you and the person who commissioned you today.
Structured Settlement-Quotes.com cannot deliver legitimate structured settlement quotes. The company name structured settlement-quotes.com is misleading.