by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Even Scam Adviser, a site that the Owings Mills pals have turned to for authority in the past says there is a chance of risk associated with the AnnuitySold website.
The Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland gives Annuty Sold a D+ rating, part because they failed to respond to a consumer complaint from June 28, 2016 where Annuity sold was described as rude and insensitive towards the child of a deceased lottery winner (see below). Most of AnnuitySold competitors have much higher BBB ratings. D+ is a very poor reflection of AnnuitySold as part of an industry made up of what a Rhode Island judge once described as vultures. To put things in perspective, Annuity Sold's BBB rating is only a very small notch above Reliance Funding who, at a D rating, is a defendant in a class action lawsuit over the alleged exploitation of Baltimore city lead paint victims, as well as a consumer lawsuit filed by the Maryland Attorney General. The same Maryland BBB office even rated Sovereign Funding Group A+ even after being put on notice of Mt. Airy faker David Springer's deposition testimony where Springer admitted that names in the Sovereign Funding Group profile that he submitted were not real
Consumer complaint v Annuity Sold on BBB website
Receiving solicitations in my deceased mother's name - ******* ******* at my address. Mother was a past lottery winner. Have no interest in this company (Annuity Sold) and find it rude And insensitive that they send solicitations. Want my mom's name and my name to be taken off mailing list.
No further contact other than contact with your office advising that they will cease contacting me."
One should note that the poker playing Owings Mills lads are associated with scam reviews of their competitors on another brand Einstein Structured Settlements and regularly cite complaints that competitors have received from the Better Business Bureau.
*as Einstein Structured Settlements
**as JRR Funding
In January 2018, Annuity Sold, LLC was been banned from doing in business in Maryland for 7 years after a Maryland Attorney General investigation. The ban also includes JRR Fuding LLC and its owners and several other entities and brands.