by Structured Settlement Watchdog
I've discovered another instance where Sovereign Funding Group apparently reviewed itself.
"I have worked at the competitors and now I work here, and they are honest'.
The "review" in the name SFG, appeared on December 6, 2012 on a website ironically named "webutation.com", that projects to the public how safe a particular website is for visitors. Download Sovereignfunding.com Review.htm
David Springer testified on June 28, 2013, in the Woodbridge case, that he was the only employee of Sovereign Funding Group.
He also testified that he fabricated several identities including officers and employees of Sovereign Funding Group who made 'comments" in various social media, admitted to posing as his wife in a Google forum and using his fabricated identities in an online submission to the Better Business Bureau (of Greater Maryland).
While there is nothing wrong with "admiring" yourself in a mirror or preening, in my opinion, there is something seriously unethical when someone or some entity reviews itself in public facing social media to drum up business! It also begs the question " if an individual or entity is capable and does not question the ethics of writing reviews of itself, is it also capable of writing negative reviews of its competitors?"