by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Mt. Airy Faker David Springer tweeted a complaint last year about Asurion the insurer for technology like cell phones and lap tops. The Amble Media Group President, former CEO of Sovereign Funding Group and maker of numerous bad choices that bankrupted him in 2015 over what Maryland Federal judge Marvin Garbis described in his memorandum of law as "questionable business practices".
What's Good For the Goose, David Springer Felt Was Not Good For The Gander
Snicker worthy is not David Springer's plight over his laptop, but his protesting that the Better Business Bureau gave Asurion an A+, instead of the C+ that David Springer felt they deserved. Despite Springer's June 2013 legal testimony in a deposition that the two individuals, one man and one woman, that he personally listed on the Sovereign Funding BBB profile were fake people, and this fact was brought to the attention of the Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland, the Better Business 'Bureau of Greater Maryland rated Sovereign Funding Group an A+, its highest rating. Even after it came to light that Sovereign Funding Group was not even a real company, the Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland still gave what the judge, in his legal findings, referred to as a "purported company", an A+. Another howler from David Springer, a Mt. Airy MD man who complained on Rip Off Report in 2016 that he was ripped off by a Romanian vendor of software to create fake likes on Facebook, YouTube and other Social media.
On November 5, 2018 David Springer tweeted "Dashlane might be a great password manager for the average user but if you are a power user with multiple emails & identities then Dashlane is pitifully inadequate @DashlaneSupport @Dashlane @DashlaneLife" (highlighted for emphasis, mine)