by Structured Settlement Watchdog™
The baloney has a first name and it's S-S-C-N. Structured Settlement Cash Now (dot) com serves social media road kill when it states that "the first step you should take is to check the Better Business Bureau and making sure the structured settlement broker "is part of a trade group like the Structured Settlement Brokers Association"
Oh dear, there is no such trade association!
However, the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA), founded in 1985, represents the structured settlement industry. Today, nearly 1,200 individual NSSTA members from throughout the industry benefit from association activities, including:
- Continuous updates and legal analyses of federal and state court decisions, laws and regulations
- Monitoring of Congressional and state legislative activity that impacts the structured settlement industry
- Hosting professional certification and continuing education meetings throughout the year
- Maintaining the only Internet site solely devoted to promoting the benefits of structures.
The SSCN website cites Einstein Structured Settlements as the source of its information.Therein lies the problem. Einstein Structured Settlements is manned by people that have shown an unwillingess to publish accurate content about structured settlements, or correct what has been shown to be inaccurate when it comes to structured settlements. SSCN, which is registered to a principal of 123 Lump Sum, according to domaintools.com, but is for sale, is hosted on the same server as several domains connected to businesses associated with Richart Ruddie and Ryan Blank and/or their family businesses (Ibid). I have previously made the 123 Lump Sum principal aware of the inaccuracies and made the reasonable request that inaccuracies be corrected.