by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Settlement Island represents more social media road kill for a shill for cash for settlement payment purchaser CBC Settlement Funding. United Structured Settlements is simply a lead generation funnel for CBC.
Ostensibly Robinson Crusoe (Bill) has shipwrecked his dinghy on the rocks of a deserted island, dubbed Settlement island, circled by two sharks, which I will dub Romulus' and 'Remus" who the ad portrays as swimming AWAY from the island. Robinson Crusoe has neatly cut clothing despite having no scissors, well coiffed side burns and a Gordon Gecko era brick cell phone. Analog cell phones of course cannot be used on today's digital cellular networks. On Settlement Island do they rely on Romulus' and Remus' Ampullae of Lorenzini? As seen on TV the ad says. What like 35 years ago? And if they brick cell phone worked then why would there be a need to write SOS in the sand? Money washes up on shore in bottles. And the company logo is a neatly tied reef knot.
It patently obvious that "schmoopies" who designed the United Settlements ad have a credible expertise in lack of attention to detail. Does James Goodman really love this stuff?