If you are the owner of a structured settlement and considering selling it for a lump sum you should be careful in the company you select to work with. As we are all aware the internet is full of “junk.” The internet is still the wild frontier to some extent where anyone can put up a website and they can make all sorts of claims. When considering a company to work with be sure you ask some important questions.
First, find out how many years the company has been in business. You want to ensure the company has been a round for a long time and that they have a good track record of assisting people get a lump sum. Once you find out that a company has been around and has a good track record you might ask if there is a reference or two you can talk to of past satisfied clients. This is a great way to learn about the company and get another perspective on the process of selling your payments. Another good question to ask if the company can do business in all fifty states. In the business of factoring the good, large companies can help people nationwide and are not locally focused. This is one of the business where bigger is better. You would prefer a large, established company that has had success making it through financial crisis of recent months/years rather than a small local company that may not be in existence for long.
These are a few good questions to consider and ask when looking for a buyer for your future payments.