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Like the unrealistic image of the infinity pool in the 123 Lump Dumb ad, Asseff's other company shows a picture of a red high performance sports car that appears to be a Ferrari Testarossa or Lamborghini. Just like the "undercover brother" with the big card board check in the 123 Lump Dumb ads. Asseff's apparent target audience is the unsophisticated 18-30 year old. Yeah that's right... it's "Asseff" the company is trying to get dimwitted suckers to believe that they should give up their future financial security for a deep discount so that they can live beyond their means. I can't even see the JG Wentworth spokeman's voice weighing in with "it's you're money, use it when you need it on a $200,000 car", and pay the luxury tax. Beyond ROI, LLC is the company that proudly displays that it designed this "prequel to a tragedy".
The other part of the "undynamic duo" is Woodbridge Investments, LLC. In my opinion, Woodbridge Investments, LLC continues to sink towards the morality abyss with its latest letter sent to consumers, including one Rhonda C. Bentzen, on September 14, 2007. Ms. Bentzen is a competitor of Woodbridge which shows you how "well" Woodbridge Investments maintains its mailing lists.
As you can see Woodbridge Investments, LLC sales manager Scott Schwartz is offering, among other things, a 42 inch Plasma TV if you sell your structured settlement payment rights to Woodbridge. To which the following comes to mind.
With its upcoming annual meeting members of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers (NASP) ought to be discussing how such advertising negatively impacts on their industry. Let's see some public denouncing of such behavior from within.
Structured Settlements 4Real is interested in compiling any written solicitations, letters or emails you or your clients have received from Woodbridge Investments, LLC which offer incentives in excess of $50 to get you or your client to sell structured settlement payment rights. If you have any in your possession please contact this author by email.