by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
Consumer Affairs claims that Rapid Capital Funding "can assist you in renegotiating your settlement". Consumer Affairs is dishing a heaping helping of Bollocks Bolognese.Don't buy into their BS.
You can't renegotiate your settlement, because if you settled you had to sign a release to get your consideration (payment). The release was in final settlement.
Furthermore any assistance that Rapid Capital Funding can give you in exchange for your guaranteed structured settlement tax free income is always a money loser. You trade away stable income for pennies on the dollar. It's just the question of how many pennies you are left with.
If a company is acting as a true seller's broker, clawing back profits of sticky beak vultures, predators ripping at the heart of the structured settlement meat while its heart is still pumping out tax free financial blood and renegotiating a structured settlement factoring deal on the court house steps, maybe that's something to talk about. But it's still not renegotiating a settlement.
On another note, Consumer Affairs snapper heads have also "discovered" that there are two Bethesdas, the part of Maryland where Stone Street Capital is from and " Marlyland", the area where Seneca One hails from, named after a certain lovable yellow lab that gets into all sorts of trouble.
Consumer Affairs is not a governmental agency. For example it has nothing to do with the California Department of Consumer Affairs, or the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs, or "Laissez-Faires" Rapid Capital Funding pays a monthly fee to participate in the Consumer Affairs accreditation program and may also pay a referral fee for links on the Consumer Affairs site.
Many of the websites serving the structured settlement factoring industry contain inaccurate and information about structured settlements.