by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Sell Any Annuity recently tweeted "Keep Your Eye on the Prize" in reference to its guaranteed to lose money value proposition to sell your structured settlement payments for pennies on the dollar. More like a booby prize. There is no "prize" when you sell your structured settlement payments.
via GIPHY The mating dance of the Blue Footed Booby (Galapagos Islands)
Sell Any Annuity pimps leads for CBC Settlement Funding just like Annuity(dot)org and StructuredSettlements(dot)com. The wholly misleading solicitation by, or on behalf of, CBC Settlement Funding is an absolute disgrace and underscores the depths to which the structured settlement secondary market has plummeted. CBC Settlement Funding is a member of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers.
Earlier this year I reported about another fraudulent advertising claim on Twitter made by Sell Any Annuity CBC Settlement Funding Sell Any Annuity Fraudulent Advertising where annuitants essentially being fleeced for pennies on the dollar were being solicited to "see how much they can earn for their structured settlement". The jiggery pokery being that pennies on the dollar was "earnings".
According to its December 19, 2017 8-K filing, Asta Funding Inc. sold its interest in CBC Settlement Funding to CBC Holdings LLC, a Delaware company. The 8-K lists 600 Partners LLC as the Sole Member and Steven W. Pasko as the managing member of the Sole Member. Steven W. Pasko is a Wharton MBA who is the CEO of Sutton Park Capital. Does a Wharton MBA really endorse such wholly misleading advertising?