by Structured Settlement Watchdog
In the spirit of the Fairfield Funding use of a drip feed to describe a structured settlement, it seems logical to equate what they are peddling as as court sanctioned "amputation" of a leg of your financial stool. It's just the matter of whether it is above the knee or below the knee. Either way your financial balance is off. The financial surgeons at Fairfield Funding Group are doling out absolutely gangrenous advice, metaphorically speaking, because there really is no prosthesis available once a seller finds themselves "stumped", with no cash and no income down the road.
Here is an excerpt from Fairfield Funding's recent solicitation
"However, there’s been one team quietly achieving great things for thousands of Americans nation-wide. Fairfield Funding, a firm strictly aimed at unlocking lump sum income for those trapped by a drip-fed settlement or annuity has been achieving high acclaim.
"Drip fed annuity" is nothing but a sleazy and, in my opinion, unprofessional sales pitch. There are a number of other factoring companies who use a similar "why wait?" approach, including the one tied to a Florida structured settlement agency CEO.
Before you end up doing the "hoppity hop" with your finances, speak with an independent financial professional.
And to Fairfield Funding, what's the heck is the matter with you?