by Structured Settlement Watchdog
If you are receiving stable monthly income from a settlement that you earned for years wrongfully imprisoned beware of a guaranteed to lose money scheme involving fake $5,000 checks.
Just finished speaking to an individual who was wrongfully incarcerated and is currently receiving a structured settlement. He was sent a mailer from Settlement Advocates with the $5K "offer". While to some that may seem enticing, beware, be VERY aware. The strings attached fake checks are a common ploy used by structured settlement buyers to get you to be and feel obligated to them.
Settlement Advocates purports to be an "annuitant advocate", but is associated with Ryan Blank from Owings Mills MD, under whose leadership Annuity Sold LLC and related companies were companies banned in Maryland for 7 years, following an Attorney General investigation that was announced in January 2018. Ryan Blank has neither credentials nor credibility in the structured settlement space. The address displayed on the Settlement Advocates website is 20701 N Scottsdale RD Building 107 Suite 485. The address on the Settlement Advocates website corresponds to a mailbox in a UPS Store in Grayhawk Plaza, located at Suite 107 , not building 107. Settlement Advocates is not listed as a tenant at Grayhawk Plaza. There is no registration with the Arizona Secretary of State on file. Download Public Search - Arizona Secretary of State Settlement Advocates.
Wrongful imprisonment structured settlements help exonerated prisoners rebuild their lives.
After years away from your family and friends, wrongfully trapped in a 6 by 9 prison cell you shared with someone, where every crap you took was being monitored by guards or your cell mate, why trust someone from the Maryland Cauldron of Deceit?