by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
Einstein Structured Settlements jokes that doing business with them is genius, that is if you believe "it is genius" to do business with a someone that acts as if it is ethical to intentionally mislead American consumers about his education and academic degrees. Ryan Einstein is the alter ego of Ryan William Blank, 28, of Owings Mills, MD and Baltimore, MD.
BrandYourself is a company which states it has the first product that empowers you to
control what people find when they Google your name. Res Ipsa Loquitur! (emphasis added)
The link cited in our January post contained the false claim that Ryan earned a LLM/PhD degree from in 1997 (see immediately below)
As we pointed out previously, Yale Law School denied any record of a Ryan Einstein [The 28 year old Blank would have to have been like 14 when he got his law degree if it wasn't a fabrication and would have graduated college when he was a "precocious" 12 year old] and when I reached out months ago and spoke with Barry Blank, Ryan Blank's father, he shared that his son actually went to a school in Charleston, South Carolina. Have the addresses too.
What values does Ryan Blank have that he would promote, or authorize the promotion of his company in such a dishonest fashion? Ryan Blank and his cohorts apparently care more about making up easily disprovable hoaxes about malware.
There's no shame in not being a Yale Graduate. But shame on him, for pretending to be one when he's not and using false "imprimatur" to gain the trust of American consumers. That's not genius. That's just plain dumb.