by Structured Settlement Watchdog
In the rest of the country a touchdown means you get the ball over the goal line to score 6 points. In a small part of South Florida it apparently means fumbling, giving up on the rest of the season and part or all of the next 10 seasons, and then starting over.
Straight from this week's episode of "Rubbish TV" is a tweet from a Florida factoring company that features a referee signaling touchdown for selling your structured settlement payments for pennies on the dollar. In a state known for companies that exploit the disabled who suck the life out of the disabled's stable income lifetime financial security plans. Last week it was "Sell Your Structured Settlement to Jumpstart Your Savings Plan"
Selling your structured settlment to ANY South Florida structured settlement buyer is always a money losing proposition. I know, you've got the ball, you can see that goal line, you can feel it, you can taste it and instead of flying like an eagle, you fumble. It's not a celebration. It's one of the worst possible moves you could make when you are in control of your ball- your financial destiny. Be an eagle not a dodo!