by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Merchants touting paid for Lawyer Associations Recommendations while offering pennies on the dollar to lawyers' clients, are "here to help". Of course they are.
From: Ric Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, March 27, 2020 AM
Subject: Strategic Capital is here to help
(Lawyer Name Redacted),
I hope this email finds you, your family and staff safe and healthy.
All of us at Strategic Capital share the concerns surrounding the ever-changing situation with the Coronavirus. Our priority remains focused on the health and safety of our team, customers, and colleagues such as yourself.
With the current situation evolving daily, we know there may be questions and concerns that you or your clients may have now, or will have, as it relates to their structured settlement payments. Rest assured, we are here to help annuitants navigate through these uncertain times and be a resource for you.
If any of your clients have been affected by COVID-19, whether by illness or temporary unemployment, please have them contact me and ask about our paycheck assistance program, available during the processing of their transaction. Please call or email me for further details at 310/xxx-4607, my direct mobile number.
Looking forward, we acknowledge that some of us will experience new challenges, unthinkable prior to the pandemic. We understand this uncertainty is daunting, however, we are here to help colleagues and annuitants as best as we can. Strategic Capital has been in business for over 25 years; we’ve seen a lot, and we are confident that this too shall pass.
As we go through this time, we find ourselves reminded of the things we treasure and hold dear, like family, friends and relationships, and the confidence that we have what it takes to get through these times.
We look forward to getting through this safely and successfully together. I appreciate your support and trust in assisting your clients, please call me at any time if I can help!
Senior Vice President
National Marketing Director