by Structured Settlement Watchdog
J.G. Wentworth is the 800 pound gorilla of the Pennies on the Dollar League ("Piddly" or the "call sign" PDL for short). J.G.
Wentworth's value proposition, like others in Piddly, is to pay more pennies on the dollar than its competitors. And it does a great job of dominating its competitors if pushed hard enough. But the fact remains that neither J.G. Wentworth, or any of its sister companies (such as Stone Street Capital or Peachtree) can do better than pennies on the dollar.
In recent times one can observe that J.G. Wentworth (itself or through its related companies) has chosen to "culturally misappropriate" terms such as structured settlement broker. Now it appears to have misappropriated term "structured settlement consultant".
Does J.G. Wentworth have an insurance license in any state? Do any of its public facing employees have any licenses or professional designations that could justify its use of the term " structured settlement consultant"?
Frankly I think that J.G. Wentworth's advertising team are a bunch of comedians, but the laughs are at consumers' expense
See my May 12 2021 post JG Wentworth and Peachtree Financial Now Each Identify As "Settlement Consultants"?