The last time Adler's Insurance tried to be funny in a structured settlement context, Adler's Annuity Casher posted a caricature of a burnt to a crisp black man in a cruel mocking of African-American Terrence Taylor's lawsuit against multiple structured settlement factoring companies in Virginia that is still pending after 7 years! It was a terrible mistake by Adler's. Taylor was severely burnt in a fire casused by an alleged defective space heater when he was a young child and received a sizeable structured settlement that was decimated in 10 transactions over 2 years that are the subject of ongoing litigation in Portsmouth Virginia that is scheduled for trial in mid-2023.
Recently Adler's has waded into "fiscal physics", specifically the generation of money.
Adler's Insurance Agency Claims:
"The good news is that you can still generate money through your structured settlement by selling some of your payments and get cash for structured settlement payments".
When "Aunt Merriam" Webster, was asked "What do you mean by generate?", she responded
"Remember: when you cash out structured settlement payments, you get less now than you would get in your payments later. You pay a price for receiving money now rather than later".
But you're still not generating money by selling.
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We do not solicit people to sell their structured settlement payments.