by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Visitors arriving at the landing page of the Structured Settlement Services website at structuredsettlements(dot) org are visually "assaulted" by an "urgent notice" that takes up the majority of the "real estate" on the page, that states that "if you have a structured settlement you may be the victim of a fraud scheme". If you click to learn more, you are linked to Dick Risk's website. Dick has even gone to the trouble of registering the internet domain structuredsettlementfraud (dot) com, which is hosted on the same server as structuredsettlements(dot)org, according to my research .
"Observing" Dick Risk's fraud "billboard" from the perimeter of the home page are button links to Rob Risk's Linkedin profile, Google Plus and email.
While the Tulsa based Mr. Risk is certainly able to design his website any way he likes, fair criticism is warranted. Doesn't Rob Risk have a greater value proposition than soliciting fraud business for Pop, or is that his business? The meta tags of the structuredsettlements(dot)org website include the term "free legal advice".
Speaking of Pop, isn't the image of a 1950s era dial up phone on the header for the structuredsettlementfraud(dot)com website, a bit ironic for someone who lambasted the structured settlement industry for, in his opinion, a 30 year old business model with his "bash brother" Hindert at the 2010 NASP meeting?