by Structured Settlement Watchdog
DRB Capital, in a show of predation of structured settlement annuitants enabled by inept regulation, exhorts structured settlement annuitants "Don't miss your shot", as if selling your structured settlement for cents on the dollar is a great deal.
DRB Capital has invoked Canadian hockey legend Wayne Gretzky to peddle this garbage. As the de-facto referee I am booking DRB Capital for "hooking" when "hock(ey)ing".
If you miss a shot in hockey, it's just a game and there's time left in the game to shoot again or another game.
There's no "hockey stick" when you sell your structured settlements.
Because the terms of sale of structured settlement payments at cents on the dollar are often so bad, you should never sell your structured settlement unless you have explored all other options. There are no rules and regulations about how companies like DRB Capital can solicit you. They can say or do anything that they please and obviously have by transmitting this rubbish on social media.
If you have a structured settlement you may experience being bombarded with unwanted mailings, laughing gassed with silly tweets like DRB Capital's, and strafed with unwanted calls. But what do you have to do if you have a structured settlement? Absolutely nothing.
Enjoy the beach down in Delray, but don't hock your structured settlement to a cheap sales pitch by DRB Capital.