by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Structured Settlement Ninja has assumed the Sovereign Funding Group Facebook page. David Springer, the sole proprietor of Sovereign Funding Group according to legal testimony, was sliced and diced by Woodbridge Structured Funding and Judge Marvin Garbis last year. He got a $50,000 judgment against him stemming from the defamation and trademark case David Springer then successfully got the debt and $50,000 in legal fees owed to his lawyers erased, by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Recently it has emerged that Sovereign Funding Group is attempting to rise from the ashes with Structuredsettlement(ninja). The website is hosted using the same hosting company as sovereignfunding.com was and one of the 3 domains hosted on the same IP address as structuredsettlement(dot)ninja, a pay day loan company has an address on its website that corresponds to the virtual office center in Frederick Maryland that David Springer was using for Sovereign Funding Group.
But what's with the funny stuff on the Structured Settlement Ninja Facebook page?
First the "intrigue", before the comedy
"Pondering" the first image, taken of the public facing Facebook page a few weeks ago, there is a January 23, 2013 story about the Powerball lottery where a Cara Lynch asks, as if startled, "Yikes- when the drawing ?" is, at 10:42am and Melissa Stoloff Springer, David Springer's wife answers 5 minutes later "at 11 I think". In a screenshot taken today Cara Lynch asks the question at 1:42pm, 3 hours later the same question that Melissa Stoloff Springer answered at 10:47am, Lynch also asking as if startled, and as Dr. Emmett Brown might say Melissa Stoloff Springer "has been erased...from existence". How is that possible?
Then comes the funny bit
2 posts down Melissa Stoloff Springer and Melanie Miller like the post. Melanie Miller is a fake, what proved to be a "cartoon character" made up by David Springer and held out as an employee, which he admitted to in legal testimony under oath. So why with a clean financial slate, and the $50,000 Woodbridge judgment against him the $50,000 legal fees owed to Offit Kurman and other debts erased like etch-a-sketch by a Maryland Bankruptcy Court, is there a need to proliferate the fakery? Who knows.