"Oh Wherefore art thou?" sayeth Romeo.
Act 2 Scene 2 from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet you say?
Hardly! Dripping in irony, instead of star crossed lovers we have a star crossed "blubber" The opening scene sees the plaintiff bleating in despair for the lump sum she expected, from the same balcony from whence a year earlier, she was shouting "it's my money and I want it now". She'd then bought the "cash now" seduction from Structured Asset Funding, LLC. to ultimately realize she'd been dealt the unrequited love card in the form of a "cash cow" patty.
Gaby Romeo is quoted on the Settlement Quotes, LLC blog November 30, 2009:
"I am so disappointed with the way Structured Asset Funding, LLC does business. They are a poor example of a good business. Not only do they have very poor customer service, but they lie to their clients. They should be able to provide truth and facts to their clients… not make (sic) giving false sense of hope. I have been waiting for my lump sum for way over a year now! They do not even attempt to call me as a courtesy. I have requested to “rescind” the contract… but they are not doing that either!!!! SOME OF US CANNOT AFFORD A LAYWER (sic).. it is not fair! This company does not deserve to be in business".
Kudos to my "pet" *, Andrew Cravenho of Settlement Quotes. LLC for "fetching" this meaty "scoop bone" for the structured settlement watchdog. Good boy!
Ms. Romeo should know that we too are disappointed with the way Structured Asset Funding does business and we would feel hard pressed to recommend that anyone do business with them. We add her complaint to the 2 complaints (registered with the Better Business Bureau and found on TrustLink.org) where transactions that have since been funded, took over 9 months to complete. The tenor of the above complaint is similar to the others we have published including the infamous CT Woman story.
* a jealous competitor of Cravenho's refers to him as "my pet".