by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
Genex Strategies, Inc/Genex Capital's Roger Proctor and Boris Drubetsky should be interested in Einstein Structured Settlements' replication of the insurance company descriptions and Standard and Poors ratings displayed on the website at StructuredSettlement-Quotes(dot)com. As previously reported, the descriptions were originally compiled by Nicholas John Jackson, an Annapolis Missouri consultant to Genex Strategies Inc. during his engagement with that company from June -September 2012.
It is bad enough that Genex Capital never updated the information after 2012, but the folks from JRR/Einstein Structured Settlements have copied it and posted 2011 data in 2014 as fresh content, and attempt to claim a copyright in a report that is most likely ultimately copyrighted by Standard & Poors, LOL. It's 3 years out of date!
Take William Penn Life Insurance Company of New York for example.
(1) Einstein presents false information that William Penn is a company as a structured settlement company, using the URL einsteinstructuredsettlement(dot)com/william-penn-life-insurance-co-of-ny-structured-settlement-information.
(2) Einstein Structured Settlements completely fails to recognize that Standard & Poors has issued a 2014 update to Wiliam Penn's rating.
(3) Einstein Structured Settlement claims to be a proud provider and blogger of "information that is relevant" in the secondary market for factoring companies and those who are looking to sell out their future annuity payments. [ Question: is it the secondary market for factoring companies or the secondary mariket for structured settlement payment rights?]
If you are looking to sell out your future annuity payments, or need structured settlement information, Einstein Structured Settlements continues to prove over and over AND over, that it is not a credible source of information.
Postscript After an investigation into its business practices, JRR Funding and several other affiliated entities were banned from doing business in Maryland for 7 years after an investigation and subsequent settlement with the Maryland Attorney General.