Website at goodinmoney.com claims to be a structured settlement directory. However it is anything but a structured settlement directory.
As best I can tell, aLl the website does is duplicate the same uninformed article over and over AND over again in other cities and towns across different states, seeking to generate traffic for people who rip people out of their settlement with "broker fees of 10-50% of the money advanced". The website pushes people surfing the net to tap to call 844-466-8135, which appears to not work.
Parasites like this are like mosquitoes at a barbecue. You've got to keep slapping off your body, or in this case your structured settlement annuity.
Product or Service Mentioned:
Structured Settlement Directory Website.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Preferred solution: Find a more honest way to attract consumers. This is too deceptful.
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