by Structured Settlement Watchdog™
"Structured Settlement Information" Coming from a website with Blogspot in its URL address should be discarded, or treated with a jaundiced eye.
Much of the latest Google Adsense carpet bombing of scraped structured settlement information is coming from anonymous bloggers from India that emanate from the Blogger platform. The latest scraping by "Prabhat", a blogger who only set up his or her account 10 days ago, is a piece on the subject of structured settlements published in a North Carolina newspaper, The Cherokee Sentinel, only a few weeks ago.
The content of the article was already reviewed by this author weeks ago in Positive Smoke Signals on Structured Settlements.
What the Indian blogger "Prabhat" does, through the oversized advertising placements, is connect, the NSSTA, The Sudden Money Institute and American General Life Insurance Company with Structured Settlement Alliance, an alter ego of JG Wentworth. Moreover in a context mismatch, the ad appears intentionally placed to imply (falsely) that the Structured Settlement Alliance can find you the best financial institution for structured settlement annuity placement. I'm pretty confident such an association is not where the NSSTA, Sudden Money Institute or American General Life wants to be.
Other irrelevant content on the page is information about the Kumari Bank which might be only useful if visiting Kantipur Mall in Kathmandu Nepal to gather supplies for your next Everest expedition, or a visit with the Dalai Lama. I'm not sure if the Nepalese tax code supports structured settlements but I'm also pretty confident the NSSTA, The Sudden Money Institute and American General are not doing business there.