by Structured Settlement Watchdog
NSSTA Board member James E. Logan of Detroit and other settlement industry credential puffers MAY not yet fully appreciate the subtleties of the confusion they create by not appropriately associating the professional certification with the National Structured Settlement Trade Association, on their websites and/or marketing materials. Given the following October 14, 2009 news story about the "CSSC" from just across Lake Michigan, perhaps Mr. Logan and others will be encouraged to make a distinction.
The story from The Great Lakes United:
"As invasive Asian carp bear down on the electrical barrier operating in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) in Illinois, environmental and conservation groups are calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to take emergency action to stop the threat now and to look at the separation of the Mississippi River from the Great Lakes as a permanent solution.
The CSSC is a man-made waterway that connects Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River basin. Originally intended as a means for the city of Chicago to overcome sewage problems in the early 20th century, it created an artificial connection through which aquatic invasive species can pass in both directions. The electric barrier is located near Romeoville, Illinois on the CSSC. A new DNA monitoring technique being used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame, found that invasive Asian carp are a mere mile from the electric barrier in the CSSC".
Stop "Pervasive" Credential Puffers from Wreaking Havoc on the the NSSTA CSSC professional certification!