by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
It's not a good idea to take advice from the unlicensed and unqualified trolls who "pimp" their services on the Internet's equivalent of a bar room bathroom wall, comment spam.
In a way it's laughable but mostly it's pathetic that these individuals latch onto an article and bombard it with comment spam hoping that by some miracle some poor shmuck is going to pay attention to the nonsense that is written and call the posted phone number.
One recent example on a December 2015 update of an old post on Bankrate.com, is a supposed firm named " Right Away Consulting LLC" that is billed as an Arkansas company, yet a search with Arkansas secretary of State shows no such company registered. The only non self Google reference to Right Away Consulting LLC ,is on Einstein Structured Settlements, which is a non credible source of structured settlement information associated with JRR Funding LLC [Richart D. Ruddie and Ryan Blank]. Right Away Consulting LLC is referenced in the first person (I/we), leading a reasonable person to assume that Einstein/JRR is Right Away Consulting and they are promoting themselves. Why trust Ruddie and Blank after these folks have used fake paid reviews, fake academic credentials, fraudulent advertising regarding licensing of its brand Annuity Sold, and more, chronicled here for the last 3 1/2 years? There is a non functioning Kentucky phone number associated with Right Away Consulting's Google Plus listing.
There are other bottom feeders who "leave their name and number on the wall" who pop up, mostly with fictitious names, whose voice mails say things like " Jonathan Structured Settlements" or "Michael Structured settlements" Call these numbers at your peril.
When it comes to structured settlements, only seek advice only from licensed and qualified settlement consultants and financial advisers. It's your money, keep it!