by Structured Settlement Watchdog®
Congratulations to Pacific Life Insurance Company which has been named among the most ethical companies in the world for the second straight year.
What Was "Operation BeaWolff" ?
The plot begins in or about 1000 A.D in Denmark, where King Hrothgar’s splendid mead hall, Heorot, has been ravaged for 12 years by nightly visits from an evil monster, Grendel, who carries off Hrothgar’s warriors and devours them. The plot begins to thicken 1018 years later. Fearing that Grendel had resurfaced in Newport Beach, snorting fire, puffing smoke and bearing incentive trips for deserving structured settlement industry leaders to the Maldives, and its contemplative supplement, featuring a modern day Shakespearian dilemma "to buy or not Dubai?" (that was the question), someone who used to be involved in the structured settlement industry apparently fed some raw meat to tigers Beaver and Wolff-Mann (collectively "BeaWolff") who fashioned the meat with their bare mitts, into nothing burgers with "Monster" cheese and all the fixin's.
I slew Ethan Wolff-Mann's nothing burger by throwing a little Todd Rundgren at him. Obviously I could have just left it to Beaver, whose untimely nothing burger (as to Pacific Life story), was published right after a Massachusetts court dismissed Dick Risk's poorly plead case against AIG (now up on appeal, awaiting a decision). In each case that certain former member of the industry communicated with me to see if I had read the publications, the latter effort initially in an obscure as "duck" newspaper.
Clearly the Ethisphere did not pay creedence to Operation Beawolff and decided to "play Creedence" instead. Whales Tails!