Thursday, May 22, 2008

Using the Internet to Sell Your Structured Settlement Payments

Filed under: Structured Settlement — Structured Settlements Pro @ 10:10 am

With the advent of the internet it has become easier than ever to sell your structured settlement payments. Just go on-line and do a search under the term “structured settlement”. Look for companies that have been in business for at least 15 years, which are Better Business Bureau members and have handled 1,000s of transactions. Contact them over the net or by phone, and get a free quote on the payments you want to sell. If they are really net savvy, they will be able to send you the paper work over the net and quickly conclude a transaction with you.

Using the net can speed up the process of closing a transaction and make it much easier experience!

Popularity: 92% [?]

Friday, May 16, 2008

Why Should I Avoid Dealing with a Structured Settlement “Broker”

Filed under: Structured Settlement — Structured Settlements Pro @ 6:26 am

If you are receiving structured settlement payments and are interested in selling those payments, try to deal directly with companies that will buy the payment from you. There are some persons out there that claim to be willing to act as your “broker” to get you the best deal. You can usually do much better just looking for a company that will buy your payments directly from you. The reason is that the broker will charge you a fee for his or her services and that fee could easily exceed any price improvement they might achieve.

The companies that buy direct will give you competitive price quotes and there is simple no need to use a broker.

Popularity: 93% [?]

Friday, May 9, 2008

How Do I Know If I Am Dealing with A Legitimate Structured Settlement Buyer?

Filed under: Structured Settlements — Structured Settlements Pro @ 2:18 pm

If you receive structured settlement payments, you might have some interest in selling all or a portion of your settlement. How do you find a legitimate and trustworthy company that will buy your settlement? If your type in the words “structured settlement” on your computer you will get thousands of hits. It is not easy to figure out which of these “hits” are for real. Here are some simple guidelines to follow:

1. Look for a company that has been in business at least 15 years – this demonstrates that they are a sound financial company and have more likely than not been providing good service;

2. Look for a company that is a Better Business Bureau (BBB) member – this demonstrates that they take their reputation seriously;

3. Look for a company that lists its real address and phone number and is not just a web site

4. Look for a company that has completed 1,000s of transactions;
If you follow these rules you will find a reliable buyer for your payments that will be good to their word and whom you can trust.

Popularity: 94% [?]