Selling a Structured Settlement to the right company?

There are a lot of financial advisers and CFP’s who will tell you where to spend, invest, and save your money. At the end of the day most of them want to receive their fee and may or may not know what is truly in their best interest. The good thing is most of these individuals realize that if they steer you in the wrong direction then they risk losing their license and can thus get into big trouble.

When you are looking to sell off a structured settlement payment you are dealing with companies that know the importance of treating you with the utmost respect and obeying the laws to ensure that they help to facilitate a deal that gives you the money you need and the judge is okay with approving your deal.

There is a long list of companies that you can work with to trade in your payments. To transfer your pay outs we recommend the lump sum company based in Florida as they have faciltated and helped over 1,000 people in the last year to transfer their payments and have become one of the largest buyers in the entire world. The iSettlement company is also very well respected and has led the way to approve and service clients every need.

Here are some common questions you can ask when looking to sell a payment:

  • How long has the company been in business
  • Are they accredited with the BBB
  • Are they a big company
  • Can they afford to purchase my payment streams
  • Is their staff knowledgeable and friendly

Hope this helps to assist you in your future sale if you do decide to move forward.

Structuredsettlements.typepad.com Malware Virus – John Darer

John Darer Malware

Structured Settlement Watchdog Malware

Please remember to report badware to Google when a website has been hacked. Looks like it’s time for him to change servers and IP addresses 🙂

Update: As of today it seems that John Darer has remedied the malware that was on his website but vehemently denies for some reason that his website was infected when Google confirmed this as per the image above. John as a watchdog for the industry you should be looking out for peoples best interest and admitting when you are fallible instead you decide to lie to your readers by denying that your website was infected with malware as PROVEN by Google. His website is now safe to browse again but if there are any complaints about john darer and his network of structured settlement websites please do make sure to report it as a backup to the watchdog to ensure that your computers are not infected.