by Structured Settlement Watchdog
According to May 30, 2018 correspondence sent by Rod Boddie, General Counsel of Seneca One, recently obtained by the Structured Settlement Watchdog, structured settlement factoring companies place "seeds" in their mailing lists, like the mythical urine-indicator dye in a swimming pool, to trip up competing structured settlement cash now companies who misappropriate Seneca One's mailings lists by illicit means. Boddie says the seeds are individuals with whom the company has relationships (employees, advisors) yet are not structured settlement annuitants.
Recently Boddie reached out to a member of the primary market and alleged that on April 16, 2018 one of that company's representatives contacted a "seed" named Steve Gould, who does not have a structured settlement, and wanted to know how "Cornerstone" could have identified Steve Gould as a structured settlement recipient. Instead of a hot toddie, Boddie was left with "Fool's Gould", given that the Cornerstone he was looking for was Cornerstone Funding, the first registered structured settlement factoring company in Maryland, not the Music City company.'
Should you work for Cornerstone Funding, Boddie's looking for you. Please be good lads and give Rod Boddie a jingle at 240-482-4070 and answer his question.