by Structured Settlement Watchdog
In describing how it's structured settlement buyer network works, CrowFly, LLC of Buffalo has made the astonishing claim in its blog that it is the only company that provides individual investors (described as real, everyday people) with access to purchase the rights to seller's future payments."
Here is the citation:
"We’re also the only company that provides individual investors (read: real, everyday people) with access to purchase the rights to sellers’ future payments. Other companies rely on big institutions to purchase them, but we saw there was an opportunity to empower people who are planning for retirement or working to build their portfolios to purchase structured settlement payments as an investment. More buyers = more competitive offers for sellers = you get more value for your future payments".
When reached for comment, Ross Pearlstone of DCF Exchange responded that DCF Exchange "provides real people with the access to purchase rights to seller's future payments", adding in full dead pan crow "but we have (on occasion) worked with farm animals and aliens and lately business has been rather brisk".
DCF Exchange has been in business longer than CrowFly and it seems a silly claim for CrowFly to make given its co-Founder and Director John T. Bair's prior communication with an officer of DCF.