by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Fund First Capital's abject failure to explain structured settlements and annuities is a great example of the structured settlement secondary market's gangrenous self-inflicted wound.
They allege "Along with the growing number of people holding both structured settlements and annuities, there is an increasing confusion about what they are and if they are the same thing" The belly flop begins with FundFirst Capital's big H1 tag " Structured Settlement is purchased while annuity is guaranteed"
The reality, in my opinion as a credentialed structured settlement expert, is that any alleged confusion, if there is any, is in large part the result of the ignorant, reckless and careless misinformation disseminated by the structured settlement secondary market where quantity of quality has been paramount. Some of these structured settlement secondary market companies are too cheap to hire American labor so they hire writers who are non native English speakers to crank out volumes of whatever slop they can produce. It is not doing them or the secondary market any favors. Most of all, the misinformation is useless to consumers.
Sponsors of Structured Settlement Misinformation
- Owings Mills MD's Ryan Blank and Richart Ruddie, whose companies have been banned in Maryland for 7 years from January 2018, following a Maryland Attorney General investigation for fraud. The ban includes Annuity Sold, Uber Funding, Bendermere Capital Solutions, Axis Funding, Stonebridge Capital, Greenspring Funding, Preak Street, LLC, ILILIL2010, Palantir Packaging and JRR Funding. Einsteinstructuredsettlements(dot)com has been the primary vehicle used to disseminate misinformation. Web properties included at various times have include franklinstructuredsettlements(dot)com, moneysettlement(dot)net, strcturedsettlementcashnow(dot)come while the pair were doing work for a member of NASP.
- CBC Settlement Funding, a member of NASP, for their exclusive relationship with Annuity.org and Structuredsettlements.com , high value keyword domains that dispense a tremendous amount of inaccurate information. CBC Settlement Funding and its ultimate parent apparently do not care about accuracy and thus one has no choice but to conclude that CBC Settlement Funding seek to profit off the confusion of consumers, as I have comprehensively documented on this blog in prior posts.
- DRB Capital and Fairfield Funding, members of NASP, for their respective relationships with Fund First Capital
- Fairfield Funding again, for their previous relationship with JRR Funding a company later banned in Maryland for 7 years for fraud and using shoddy JRR Funding property Einstein Structured Settlements to generate leads.
You Lose Money 100% of The Time When You Sell Your Structured Settlements, or Sell Any Annuity
Read our Documentation of the Litany of Misinformation About Structured Settlements Disseminated by the Structured Settlement Secondary Market