by Structured Settlement Watchdog
Here is the StructuredSettlement.us.com Boston structured settlement scam
"Boston is one of the oldest cities in the country. Many also have a lot to gain by selling all or part of their structured settlement. However, some locals don’t know that they are sitting on a potential windfall of money"
Trust me on this, selling your structured settlement is more "BIll Buckner of the 1986 World Series" than a "Big Papi" of cash. Selling your structured settlement is letting your money slip through your legs at a high rate of speed. You're definitely not hitting one over the Green Monster.
- "You have a lot to gain by selling your structured settlement" is a fraudulent statement by structuredsettlement.us.com. If you sell you are not gaining a thing, because you are guaranteed to lose each and every time you sell, even if you go to the company that gives you the most cash now.
- Getting pennies on the dollar is not a "potential windfall of money". More rainfall than windfall
Massachusetts financial regulators take note.
What we've been able to learn about StructuredSettlements.Us.Com
Apparently, the folks behind structuredsettlement.us.com are debt collectors based in 4300 E Sunset Rd Ste D1 Henderson, NV, 89014-2269 that besmirch with term " structured settlement" with a not so great reputation having an average 1 star reviews from the Better Business Bureau.
According to a public filing with the West Virginia Secretary of State Structured Settelment is the DBA of Nationwide capital Services, LLC, with the same Henderson NV address listing Michael Koren as its Member. Download WV SOS - Business and Licensing - Corporations - Online Data Services
Sue the Debt Collector asks " Is Structured Settlement a Scam?" with the answer "Yes", referring to the Henderson Nevada debt collection firm that apparently dabbles in structured settlements.
Sue The Collector was started by Consumer protection expert, Jarred D. Johnson. As a consumer, Jarred experienced first hand what happens when debt collectors want to break the law in order to collect a debt.
Out of a need for a national resource, Jarred created “Sue The Collector” to give consumers throughout the United States a resource to combat illegal debt collections and, if needed, give consumers a legal option by connecting consumers with highly skilled, successful and prominent Consumer Protection Lawyers. The contact information for the website lists Sue The Collector PLC, Attorney McDonald Worley 7014 E. Camelback Road Suite 1452 Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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