by Structured Settlement Watchdog
I laughed so hard I nearly soiled myself at the SSQ press release announcing that Assured Annuity, the retail buying arm of Genex Capital, is now a "certified partner" of SSQ, considering that there is already a plethora of public as well as discoverable evidence that ties Genex Capital's Roger Proctor and Boris Drubetsky to SSQ.
Below is a March 5, 2012 screenshot of David Springer's Outlook desktop that was supplied to me on May 25, 2012 by Nicholas John Jackson , a Missouri SEO specialist that formerly worked for David Springer and Genex Capital and who reached out to me unsolicited. As you can see about midway down the page at 448pm, there is an item that unmistakably ties David Springer of Sovereign Funding Group and Roger Proctor and Boris Drubetsky of Genex Capital to SSQ.
There was evidence presented February 10, 2013 that showed that Drubetsky hosted SSQ [see Structured Settlement-Quotes (SSQ) Hosted by Genex Strategies peter vodolaicer ]
There was evidence presented concerning SEO problems SSQ was having when it converted to an SSL format
November 15, 2012 Boris Drubetsky appears on SEOMOz.com discussing the installation of an SSL certificate and the loss of search engine rankings
"So we made a big mistake with our website last month. Without thinking things through, our entire website was switched to using a SSL certificate and https urls on all pages of the site. I know it is recommended that SSL is only used on sensitive pages, but we have a lead form on all pages. Of course Google is taking some time to adjust to all of our urls changing. A week later we lost all of our Google search rankings".
On December 10, 2012 a do it yourself press release for SSQ is released on PRWeb apparently referencing the Google search engine issues that were mentioned by Boris Drubetsky in the November SEOMoz forum. Yet the new statements are attributed to "Brad Jones". To wit...
"In November 2012, StructuredSettlement-Quotes.com decided to do something that few companies within their industry do – provide their clients with robust, reliable security for their personal and financial information by implementing SSL encryption across their website. The initial result of this was a total loss of Google search results, something that most companies would never stand for".
There is discoverable evidence linking current and former employees of Genex to SSQ
Cue Sister Sledge ..."we are family, I (they) got all my (their) sisters with me"
There's just nothing in the unregulated structured settlement secondary market that surprises me anymore. The National Association of Settlement Purchasers, of which Genex Capital is a member and apparently the only one using a UPS store mailbox as an address, states that "The National Association of Settlement Purchasers is dedicated to ensuring the secondary market for structured settlement transfers remains fair, competitive, and transparent (emphasis added)
In response to the aforementioned SSQ press release, Nicholas John Jackson tweeted on November 28, 2013: "What kind of dope Rogar (sic, Proctor) and Boris (Drubetsky) are on? It wasn't that long ago he was listed as heading SSQ on the BBB"
The settlement of the Woodbridge Structured Funding lawsuit was marked with the fact that Genex Capital was forced to disclose its involvement in SSQ, thus putting to bed any defense that Roger Proctor, the CEO of Genex could possibly have for the dubious press release. Nothing more than a selfie on a stick!