by Structured Settlement Watchdog
FundFirst Capital is one of several scam structured settlement company review sites. FundFirst Capital is nothing more than a fishy pay for lead generation website for whichever cash now pushing factoring company wants to get into bed with them. Last year it was DRB Capital with a "9.7/10 rating" this year it's Fairfield Funding with a " 9.4 /10" rating. In each case, the "best company" in FundFirst Capital's scam review site's scam review, is promoted by negative reviews and false information by the 3rd party, of competitors of the "best company", at least until the last two weeks when they mysteriously disappeared.
A few things about FundFirst Capital are a dead giveaway on the scam
- DRB Capital, which was the "go to company" according to Fund First Capital in 2017 is not even in the survey in 2018.
- Prior to 2017, Fund First Capital was a website that purported to provide "Access to Immediate Working Capital and Cash Flow, specializing in eating places". Nothing About Structured Settlement. Thus it is peculiar that The Mt. Airy MD Faker David Springer's Sovereign Funding Group is listed with the notation "no longer in business" in both years. Regardless of which adulterated version of the David Springer LinkedIn profile you believe, or whether or not you believe Springer's or his counsel's representations in legal actions from 2012-2015, the Sovereign Funding Group listed "company" is not in business in 2018 and wasn't in 2017. So why has the scam review site Fund First Capital included it at the expense of DRB Capital?
- FundFirst Capital says that a physical address posted and verified is a factor in how it rates companies, yet FundFirst Capital is privately registered and shows no address on its website