by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
Sloppy Joes were on the menu last month as Genex Capital Corporation served more non-native English writer generated tripe on structured settlements.
"Fulfilling these requirements is really rather easy if you have all papers handy. If you choose to offer organized negotiation annuity to an interested business, you must do some study on their prices due to the fact that you may discover another firm that could buy your annuity at a higher rate". Even a person without a high school diploma would recognize that for the syntax shyte that it is.
The Genex Capital "Sloppy Joe" appears January 5, 2016 on a website called 750.today, which uses Genex Capital Corporation's UPS Store mailbox in Dover Delaware.
But what intrigued me is that sovereignfunding(dot)com redirects to 750.today and like the popular movie "National Treasure" that led Benjamin Gates to clue after clue, clue after clue led me to structuredsettlement(dot)ninja, which is appears tied to David Springer's baby, "purported company" Sovereign Funding Group.
Here is what the about page on structuredsettlement(dot)ninja says:
Sovereign Funding Group through it’s website StructuredSettlement(dot)Ninja have been in the structured settlement, annuity, and lottery and casino jackpot buying industry since 2003. From 2003 to 2011, we purchased structured settlement and annuities as well as some lotteries and casino winnings that were being paid out over long periods of time. We bought these payments because the people didn’t want to have to wait for their payments. Our service was to give them an upfront cash payment and in turn, we would own the rights to their future payments.
In 2011, we started to get offers from outside groups who were interested in buying the structured settlements that we had been buying ourselves from 2003 to 2011. By selling to them, it allowed us to grow because we had more cash flow (we weren’t just using our own in-house money).
It was in 2012 when we began to get contacted by larger institutions that were interested in buying large lots of the structured settlements/annuities. These groups buy large volumes of these structured settlement/annuity/lotteries/casino winnings, etc. (all assets that pay over time) into a single asset (pooling assets) for investment purposes.
Comment in David Springer v Erie Insurance Exchange, Springer claimed he was not in business during this time frame in an effort to get his homeowners insurance to pay the $60,000 in legal fees he owed for the defense of the defamation lawsuit brought by JG Wentworth over various sucks websites targeting JG Wentworth allegedly created by Mt. Airy MD based David Springer, which settled March 2, 2012. The published information seems to contradict that position and David Springer's testimony in another case which led to an April 30, 2015 judicial finding in another 2011 lawsuit rendering David Springer liable to Woodbridge Structured Funding
Sovereign Funding Group provides a commitment to our clients like no other. We are dedicated from the moment you take interest and you can guarantee that we will take you through it step by step. We know that this can be a complex matter that requires an understanding of bond and debt information. But you don’t have to be confused about this as Sovereign Funding Group’s 15 years of exceptional experience and knowledge ensure you of the best deal. Our company has renowned experts in everything related to buying or selling structured settlements and annuities, lotteries and casino winnings. We want you to have the supreme hold over your financial choices, which is why we offer our consultation services to give you a knowledgeable choice—whether it be investing in and/or selling any of these instruments. We are committed to go beyond the typical service, and our strong client relationships are a testament to that. We uphold impeccable trust, ethics, and integrity. And our top-notch expertise gives you solutions that deliver.
Comment: In a case of simple arithmetic, how can a company that has only been in business for a bit over 12 years, having it's proprietor testifiy in legal proceedings that he was the only employee of the business and that a portion of those years he was not in business (see Springer v Erie Homeowners claim above) have "15 years of exceptional experience and knowledge?" The math just does not add up.
Sovereign Financial Solutions
"Because here at Sovereign Financial Solutions, we want you take hold of your life once again and give back your financial sovereignty in your life".
Comment: Sovereignty is understood in jurisprudence as the full right and power of a governing body to govern itself without any interference from outside sources or bodies. Having financial Independence doesn't mean you're supreme to the IRS, or the INS, otherwise David Springer's former attorney Elyce Strickland, would not have plotzed about him to take the 5th during a June 28, 2013 deposition, at the same time David Springer was blurting out (in response to the question of why he impersonated his wife Melissa Stoloff Springer in a Google forum, while posing a question relating to his business) "he wasn't legally allowed to work yet"
The contact information leads to
Sovereign Funding Group / StructuredSettlement.Ninja <------same Regus Office Center address used by Genex Capital on its BBB report.
400 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
- The structuredsettlement(dot)ninja web page lists Sovereign Funding LLC which does not come up on the grid in Maryland, Florida, Delaware, Nevada, Wyoming, California or Missouri.
- The structured settlement ninja Facebook page is simply a rename of the Sovereign Funding Facebook page. The comments from January 2013 between Melissa Stoloff Springer and Melanie Miller, one of David Springer's admitted fictional female personae still remains.
- On a post dated September 2, 2015, Sovereign Funding Group, via Structuredsettlement(dot) ninja completely plagiarizes the August 25 2015 Washington Post expose about the Baltimore lead paint structured settlement exploration by Access Funding. According to Legal Zoom, an unregistered work of authorship enjoys basic copyright protection that allows the copyright owner to receive infringement damages up to the amount that he can prove. If the work is registered, the copyright owner can receive statutory damages of up to $150,000 per act of infringement, as of 2012, without proving damages. Since many newspapers and other publications publish daily, the U.S. Copyright Office allows copyright owners to register groups of copyrighted works by filing a single application. If the work is registered within three months of first publication, the copyright owner can claim statutory damages even if the infringement occurred before the work was registered.