TopConsumerReviews.com
      October 1, 2016
Home About Us Terms Privacy Policy Contact Us Disclosure

Home  >  Structured Settlements

Your Information Is Secure
The Financial IQ Guide Newsletter

Latest Reviews

Baby Stores

Car Title Loans

Hot Tubs

Japanese Lessons

Korean Lessons

Lamps

Light Bulbs

Wireless Security Systems

 

 

 

 

 

Lose Weight Today

Disclosure: We pay our reviewers for their reviews. We are not compensated by companies for their reviews, but we are compensated for links and advertisements on our website. Click here for details.

Structured Settlement Buyers
Better Business Bureau Reliability Seal Share TopConsumerReviews.com
on Twitter Share TopConsumerReviews.com on LinkedIn Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Google+ Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Pinterest

If you currently receive monthly payments from a legal settlement, litigation, or job related accident, you may be eligible to use a structured settlement purchasing company to receive a lump sum of cash right now. These companies essentially pay you a large amount of money for the rights to your future monthly payments. The terms of the structured settlement purchase amount require court approval and should be understood thoroughly before a settlement is executed.

A structured settlement purchasing company is responsible for creating the agreement, obtaining court approval, and establishing a relationship with the payer. A quality structured settlement purchasing company that is well experienced will help get you through the process quickly and with the highest payout.

However, not all structured settlement purchasing companies are able to deliver as promised. When choosing a structured settlement purchasing company, you should consider several factors first:

  • Company Strength.  How long has the structured settlement purchasing company been in business? What is the Better Business Bureau rating for that company?
  • Customer Service.  Since you'll be working with them closely, how helpful is the structured settlement purchasing company? Are they responsive, courteous and well-informed?
  • Website functionality.  When you're entering into a structured settlement buyout, you'll want a company that provides an informative, professional website to assist you through the process.

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best structured settlement purchasing companies available today. We hope these reviews help you find the best structured settlement program that meets your needs!

2016

Structured Settlement Purchaser Reviews

5 stars
Stone Street Capital

STONE STREET CAPITALTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Stone Street Capital provides the highest level of customer service of any structured settlement purchasing company we reviewed. Their informative website added a lot of value in our research efforts. Stone Street has a long history of strong performance and an excellent BBB rating. If you are looking for a structured settlement purchaser, Stone Street should be your first stop. Read More... Visit
Site

4.5 stars
Settlement Capital Corporation

SETTLEMENT CAPITAL CORPORATION

Settlement Capital Corporation brings many years of experience, as well as a friendly and professional customer service team to the table. They do require at least a $10,000 structured settlement to do business. Their busy website is both informative and helpful in identifying who Settlement Capital Corporation is and what their process entails. Read More... Visit
Site

4 stars
JG Wentworth

JG WENTWORTH

JG Wentworth is a strong structured settlement purchaser with a solid reputation. We would like to have visited with more experienced and knowledgeable customer service representatives. However, we appreciate the quality reputation at JG Wentworth and feel it's worth your time for a quote. Read More... Visit
Site

3 stars
CBC Settlement Funding

CBC SETTLEMENT FUNDING

The CBC Settlement Funding website was very informative with state-specific regulation information and numerous resources. While they haven't been in business as long as some of the other structured settlement purchasers in our review, the innovative and informative website was the best of the bunch. We appreciated their level of professionalism. Read More... Visit
Site

3 stars
Woodbridge Structured Funding

WOODBRIDGE STRUCTURED FUNDING

Woodbridge focuses on driving structured settlement customers via gimmicks and promises. While we appreciated their strong BBB rating and customer service, we would have liked more information. Woodbridge is probably worth getting a free quote from, but don't get hung up on big promises or gas cards. Read More... Visit
Site

2.5 stars
Peachtree Settlement Funding

PEACHTREE SETTLEMENT FUNDING

Peachtree has been an accredited Better Business Bureau company since 2009 and owns a strong BBB rating. However we felt their customer service was severely lacking. If you're looking for a structured settlement company we recommend you shop around. Read More... Visit
Site

2 stars
DRB Capital

DRB CAPITAL

DRB Capital (formerly Imperial Structured Settlements) has been in business for a relatively short period of time. We were less confident with their ability to manage structured settlement contracts, legal issues, and funding should something occur. Read More... Visit
Site

MetLife's Corporate Benefit Funding Customer Solutions Center Receives First Ever J.D. Power Certification for Customer Service

MetLife's Corporate Benefit Funding includes the company's U.S. Pensions, Institutional Income Annuities and Structured Settlements businesses. "At MetLife, we are committed to customer centricity and have dedicated significant resources to make it ...

Published:  Mon, 26 Sep 2016 09:01:00 GMT



Structured Settlements

Chances are your clients are dissatisfied with low-rate fixed annuities and dislike the fees and equity risk of variable annuities. It's possible, however, to earn yields upwards of 6 percent on "secondary market" annuities issued by top-rated ...

Published:  Mon, 15 Dec 2014 17:56:18 GMT



Some structured settlements may offer significant advantages

A while back, my colleague Tiya Lim and I wrote about the problems of investing in securitized structured settlement payments. These are future annuity payments that a structured settlement beneficiary sold for cash. For a variety of reasons, we urged ...

Published:  Tue, 08 Nov 2011 05:04:00 GMT



Benefits of Using Structured Settlements in Claims Negotiations

At zero expense to the carrier, tax-free, and tailored to fit the needs of the claimant, structured settlements are a powerful tool claims personnel can use when resolving claims. While the best candidates for structured settlements remain physical injury ...

Published:  Mon, 31 Oct 2011 09:06:20 GMT



Tough times for structured settlements

For both the claims and life insurance sides of the insurance industry, this is a difficult time to be involved with structured settlements. Low interest rates are tamping down claimant interest, making structured settlements less valuable to claims ...

Published:  Sun, 26 Oct 2014 17:00:00 GMT



Structured Settlements, Annuities & Special Needs Trusts

Personal injury lawsuits involving minor or moderate injuries are often settled with lump sum payments, in which the entire settlement amount is simply paid to the plaintiff in full. Cases involving severe injuries, on the other hand, commonly lead to ...

Published:  Thu, 08 Sep 2016 02:00:00 GMT



Structured Settlements and NSSTA's 2012 Mission

NSSTA stands for National Structured Settlements Trade Association - the largest gathering of top professionals in the country taking the lead in the structured settlement industry. On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes Eric Vaughn, Executive ...

Published:  Mon, 05 Mar 2012 11:11:08 GMT



Structured Settlements

Structured settlements are scheduled installments of money paid over time to people who win injury lawsuits or jury verdicts. They can prevent overspending and can be used for many financial needs including saving for retirement, future medical needs or ...

Published:  Wed, 09 Dec 2015 16:00:00 GMT



 

 

 

Home      About Us      Terms & Conditions      Privacy Policy      Contact Us