by Structured Settlement Watchdog
In one of Access Funding's engagement emails to Charles E. Smith, a corrupt Maryland lawyer who coughed up bogus reports purporting to be independent professional advice to cognitively impaired lead paint victims, "an Access Funding salesperson felt the need to point out in an email to Mr. Smith that the customer was "a normal caucaisian [sic] woman just a FYI." Ex. 76 of the Memorandum in Support of Consumer Protection Division's Motion of Partial Summary Judgment.
State of Maryland Office of Attorney General Consumer Protection Division v Access Funding, LLC et al. Circuit Court for Baltimore City 24-C-16-002855
Some of the worst cases of abuse of structured settlement annuitants by structured settlement cash now companies, involve victims who are persons of color. One insider at one of the Florida firms spoke of a tacit campaign known as "Black Gold", although based on what I have seen such abuse extends to Hispanics and other minorities.
The Maryland Attorney General Memorandum is an excellent read to show just how much hard graft was put in by Brian Frosh and his team and provide a window into the seedy underbelly of the structured settlement factoring industry in the State Maryland which has been a real Cauldron of Deceit.