by Structured Settlement Watchdog
The structured settlement secondary market loves to play hide and go seek, so let's play.
A creative Florida structured settlement factoring company has submitted a New York structured settlement transfer petition in Queens County with the caption In the Matter of And vs None.
Because the competition is fierce (there's more poaching in the structured settlement secondary market than Sunday morning brunch at your local diner), some companies come up with "ingenious" ways to get an edge to fool the competition. One company even named an LLC after two nacho chips (Dos Nachos LLC ).
It didn't take long to determine which member of the National Association of Settlement Purchasers the pending New York deal was associated with And vs None, given that multiple prior deals were with a single NASP member and there were common relationships between the Optimum Funding Solutions LLC and a family foundation of the principal of the single NASP member.
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