by Structured Settlement Watchdog
How to Collect Structured Settlement Quotes is a joke from Rhett Wadsworth, who groomed Terrence Taylor when Wadsworth was in sales for Structured Asset Funding a/k/a 123 Lump Sum. The Terrence Taylor case is one of the most abominable series of cases of targeted structured settlement factoring abuse ever.
In a Washington Post article on December 27, 2015, Taylor was quoted about Rhett Wadsworth "In interviews and court documents, Taylor said the purchasing companies “coached” him in coming up with “false” reasons to explain why he needed the money. In one affidavit that Taylor signed, it said he needed money to pay down credit-card debt. Another said he wanted money to start a nonprofit organization. All of these explanations, he now says, were not true. They “were Rhett Wadsworth ideas. Rhett said it had to look good on paper for the judge to approve it.”
Thanks to abundant use of legislative privilege by Virginia delegate Stephen Heretick and a hometown game of kick the can, Terrence Taylor has yet to have his day in Court after 4 years!
How to I Get a Wad from Wad?
The lacking in credentials Wadsworth, now "Major Domo" at WePayMore Funding, demonstrates why we would never recommend him or his company for financial advice.
"How Do I Collect Structured Settlement Quotes to Compare?
It's a fairly straightforward process to request buyout quotes from structured settlement purchasing agencies- simply email 5-10 companies with the details of your settlement, and you should start receiving quotes through email within a day or two (What is this like a chain letter from 4th grade?). You'll find that quotes for buying your settlement can vary significantly, and may include undisclosed fees that will reduce the amount of payout for your settlement. In your search for the right agency to work with, keep WePayMore Funding in mind for the most money given for structured settlements".
Something to Chew on?
That's about as useful as a wad of chewing gum that has been dropped on the sidewalk, stepped on and scraped off a sneaker at the end of someone's foot who's been playing basketball for a few hours without socks. Wadsworth's company refers to "agency" or agencies" implying a fiduciary relationship, but to whom? In the Terrence Taylor case did Wadsworth act as a fiduciary for Taylor? Was Structured Asset Funding a fiduciary for Taylor?