by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Dylan Mumm was named as a co-Defendant last month in an Arizona lawsuit arising out of the sale of payment streams from an agent of NBA player Paul Millsap, now of the Brooklyn Nets, to a disabled man's trust. See my prior articles:
- Disabled 65 y/o Arizona Man Sues Settlement Planners, SMA Hub and Others in Secondary Market "Annuity" Shit Show September 10, 2021
- SMA Hub Purchase Order Referred to NBA as an Insurance Carrier September 21, 2021
According to his LinkedIn profile (retrieved October 1, 2021)
- Dylan Mumm is VP of Business Development for SMA Hub from January 2016-Present, located in Denver, Colorado
- Dylan Mumm is a Financial Specialist with Settlement Professionals, Inc. from March 2012 to Present, located in Denver Colorado Download (4) Dylan Mumm _ LinkedIn SMA Hub Settlement Professionals Inc retrieved 10-1-2021
According to Smart Asset Advisor Match Dylan Mumm is a financial advisor at Settlement Capital Advisors, a firm founded by Jack Meligan, a settlement planner from Lake Oswego Oregon who was the founding President of the Society of Settlement Planners LLC. [ Retrieved October 1, 2021]
Dylan Whitmore Mumm is the son of the late Michele Whitmore, a settlement planner formerly of Delta Settlements and Settlement Professionals, Inc. and former director of the Society of Settlement Planners, who died November 4, 2020.
[ Source: Pueblo Chieftan December 9, 2020 and Legacy.com]
Dylan Mumm is listed as a MEMBER of the Society of Settlement Planners as part of SMA Hub, with an SMA Hub email address. Download Search the SSP Membership Directory - Society of Settlement Planners Dylan Mumm Oh boy. Three members of the Society of Settlement Planners are Defendants in the Hansen Lawsuit.
What membership standards is the Society of Settlement Planners upholding these days? Are there any standards, or has it devolved into a seaside crab shack special of "any fish you wish"?
How Is having a company, or a member associated with a company, whose acronym "SMA" represents a scam label for factored structured settlement receivables, consistent with mission of the Society of the Settlement Planners?