by Structured Settlement Watchdog
CBC Settlement Funding is one of the worst structured settlement factoring companies in the structured settlement factoring industry. By continuing to
patronize the company behind Annuity.org and StructuredSetlements.com, CBC Settlement Funding underscores time and time again that it does not care about disseminating accurate information to consumers. Upon information and belief, the Conshocken Pennsylvania company generates profits off leads generated by the inaccurate information spewed into the world by its lead generation partner's websites Annuity.org and Structuredsettlements.com. Why doesn't CBC Settlement Funding want accurate information? Why don't its investors? If one were to "follow the money", would this be considered socially responsible investing?
As I have shown time and time again, the lead generators for CBC Settlement Funding do not care about accuracy. Despite what they write and despite claiming to follow journalistic standards, the research is consistently poor and it is misleading consumers more often than not. The record is there.
Here's their sales pitch
"Loss and money on their own evoke strong feelings – and together can be explosive. But it doesn't have to be. Instead it can be something beautiful to actively pay respects to the person you lost [ omitting that it involves you losing a big percentage]. It could be a way to realize your dream of finishing college. Or it could be that you've always wanted to be your own boss. Or maybe you just want a home to call your own. Whatever your dream is, a settlement can be the way you turn that dream into a reality. Spending your settlement on education, buying a home, or starting a business can be a thoughtful way to honor the legacy of the departed"
If you're grieving a loss, give yourself space to grieve. Give yourself space of mind. Rushing into financial decisions that are not immediately necessary and possibly unwise, at a time can lead to regrets later, not to mention a figurative hand reaching up out of the grave to kick your ass.
What you should know about Annuity.org and StructuredSettlements.com
- The websites generate leads for a structured settlement factoring company whose sole value proposition to consumers involves paying pennies on the dollar. Victims are unfortunate souls who don't do their homework, or don't know the difference. Don't be a victim.
- The Florida company behind Annuity.org and Structuredsettlements.com has had and currently has a choice. They have the ability to choose between right or wrong, to put out accurate information or inaccurate information. They choose to put out inaccurate information and for the last 4 years they have been on the same course. What a pity.
- The posted editorial standards are there for show. Some of the stuff that has purportedly been fact checked and financially reviewed calls the credentials of the puported reviewers into question. I've posted enough critical commentary about why what they post is inaccurate and they clearly do not care. If they do not care about accurate information then why should you as consumers find them credible enough to do business with?
I'm simply interested in seeing that consumers have the clearest path to accurate information about structured settlements. The company that is behind Annuity.Org and StructuredSettlements.com may do a great job of SEO, but after 4 years of their nonsense it is clear that they can only talk the talk, they clearly are severely hampered when it comes to walking the walk on structured settlements.