by Structured Settlement Watchdog™
Hiring non-native or illiterate social media marketing experts (SMM) to write blogs or comment on other people's blogs for "link juice" can backfire on you and hurt your business' credibility as a provider of relevant information.
New Leaf Structured Settlements, a brand of a California based buyer of structured settlement payment rights from annuitants is associated by clicking on the link to the following June 15,2012 comment on Patrick Hindert's blog that can best be described by the British term "bollocks bolognaise".
"Thanks for adding each and every points regarding structured settlements. It helps to readers who are new in this field. As far as my knowledge, The best thing in structured settlements is that most of transactions involved through banks, and it is really secured to go through this settlements if banks are involved.
structured settlement (back link was deleted- we don't credit bad content) | June 15, 2012 at 01:42 AM"
Setting syntax aside, the fact is that banks don't issue structured settlements. Life insurance companies issue structured settlement annuities which are the most prevalent "qualified funding asset". In the case of Treasury Funded Structured Settlements, the assets are held in trust, which may involve the trust department of a bank.
It is also worth noting that while there were hundreds of bank failures in the United States during the 2008-2009 financial crisis (Source: FDIC), there were no structured settlement annuity issuers that were taken over by a state insurance regulator during the same time period.