by Structured Settlement Watchdog
If you are receiving structured settlement payments, be wary of a sales pitch from individuals or companies, which may have no professional licenses, that claim to be working "in conjunction with insurance companies" or "in conjunction with insurance policies" while they attempt to pick your structured settlement pocket.
Some of these actors may show up at your door or in a Zoom meeting wearing a shirt emblazoned with the trademarked logo of one or more insurance companies and may also use the term "in conjunction with" an insurance company sales proposal.
What does the phrase "in conjunction with" mean?
In combination with
The phrasal adverb "in conjunction with" means done or used with something else, according to Collins English Dictionary. If one thing is done in conjunction with another, this means that the two things are done or used jointly or together. This phrase can be used in normal speech, but can also be a legal term, usually used on things like coupons. A coupon may detail in the fine print that it cannot be used “in conjunction with” any other special offers or discounts. Source: The Word Counter
Avoid Getting "Far and Tethered"
It's a good practice to avoid getting too "far and tethered" before verifying if the individual and company is authorized to do business in your state and holds relevant professional licenses.