by Structured Settlement Watchdog
It was amusing to receive notification from Linkedin that my "old friend" Roger Proctor, the CEO of Genex Capital joined Linkedin. Roger's profile says he's from the Vancouver area which is true. The Genex Capital sole office address is held out on LinkedIn as 73 Green Tree Drive, #99 Dover, DE 19904. As I previously researched and written here, that address is simply a UPS store mailbox in Dover DE. Roger Proctor himself could not physically fit in that mailbox, nor could Boris Drubetsky or the rest of the Genex Capital team. What puzzles me is why the only office location listed on the Genex Capital Linked in profile is the Dover Delaware UPS store mailbox that could never be described as an office unless you were a resident of Leisure World in the movie "Downsizing".
Why not list where everyone actually works? That is to say, why not 1011 West Cordova Street Suite 3502 Vancouver, BC, an address common to Proctor's medical marijuana business Abaca Rx and Genex Strategies, Inc., the registrant of GenexCapital.com?
Genex Capital has been the source of a chuckle or two over the years. One of my favorite Genex Capital chuckles was this November 2013 post Member of Genex Capital Family Announces Partnership With Itself (in a press release)
For some reason Genex wanted to conceal its ownership of the SSQ purported structured settlement factoring auction website. I already had learned plenty from a source that SSQ's office address in Hartford was merely a mail drop for mail to be forwarded to the above Vancouver address. That Boris Drubetsky's credit card was used to pay for it. Proctor and Drubetsky knew I had a screen shot provided to me by an individual from Missouri who they later hired as a consultant and who worked on the SSQ site. The concealment effort was later abandoned as part of the resolution of lawsuit brought against it by Woodbridge Structured Funding.