by Structured Settlement Watchdog
How is it that Genex Capital CEO Roger Proctor supposedly owns an Island property in the Pacific Northwest and a condo at the Fairmont Pacific Rim, yet apparently can't find two nickels to rub together to update inaccurate information on the SSQ website that were posted in 2012. Yet somehow enough attention to detail is mustered each year to count the number of fannies at the Wreck Beach Preservation Society's annual skinny dipping contest as a sponsor and judge.
Structuredsettlement-quotes (SSQ), an online structured settlement factoring website associated with Genex Capital in Vancouver, has, for almost 5 years, attempted to exploit billions that major insurers spend on advertising and branding. By stuffing its website with page after page of listings of information about life insurers and liability insurers, the majority of whom DO NOT even issue structured settlement annuities, the StructuredSettlement-Quotes(dot)com website ploy appears simply to seek search engine juice.
The information about insurers is in many cases outdated and inaccurate. In some cases the addresses are incomplete, the website URLs to the insurer are not live and inaccurate. In some cases the ratings are outdated or not even displayed on a page that is titled Insurance Company Ratings.
One of the worst Genex/SSQ abuses is in relation to New York Life Insurance Company and New York Life Insurance and Annuity Company
- The purported website URL of New York Life Insurance Company is not live and corresponds to a page featuring a couple of gibberish in Swiss-German.
- The address is incomplete.
- The Standard & Poors issuer credited rating has a 1985 date and the financial strength rating is listed as N/A. The date of he actual last action was June 24, 2015.
The real New York Life website URL is http://www.newyorklife.com/
When it comes to American General, Genex Capital/SSQ is also "el stinko"
- The purported website URL of American General Life Insurance Company displayed by SSQ is not live comes up with a 404 page not found error.
- The address is incomplete.
- The Standard & Poors issuer credited rating has a 1985 date and the financial strength rating is listed as N/A.
Genex are right berks when it comes to Berkshire Hathaway Life of Nebraska too. Looks like nothing has been updated in 5 years. The company address is wrong. The outlook is not negative and the last rating action was more recent than 2010.
Aviva Life has not existed since October 2013 when its acquisition by Athene Holding Ltd was concluded.
MetLife Insurance Company of CT was folded into another entity
If you are seeking information about the insurance companies that issue structured settlement annuities or quotes for the placement of structured settlement annuities, then don't bother contacting Structured Settlement-Quotes(dot)com.
This isn't the first time that Genex Capital has been called into question on website inaccuracy.