Report: #1441206

Complaint Review: 4Structures.com - Stamford Connecticut

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  • Reported By: John — New York United States
  • 4Structures.com

    Stamford, Connecticut
    United States

4Structures.com Fraudelent Ads Targeting Structured Settlement Planners and Recipients, John Darer, Fraudulent Ads Targeting United States Residents and Settlement Planners Internet Predator John Darer of 4Structures Targets Vulnerible Clients Stamford Connecticut

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: StructuredSettlementUs.com Owner In Ad Hominem Attack and Plagiarizes Watchdog's Post Instead of Correcting Falsehoods

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Internet predator John Darer of 4Structures continues to target New York residents with false and wholly misleading information about his structured settlement planning abilities in an effort to rip them off. Here's what the predator says: "Is that by selling your structured settlement payments to him, or the companies and investors that are connected to his fraudulent scheme, that the seller will receive a windfall." What the fraudster deceitfully suggest is that you should work with him and nothing could be further from the truth. In fact anyone who works with John Darer and his structured settlement payment company is guaranteed to lose money 100% of the time. The most any seller can receive is pennies on the dollar. That is not a windfall but a John Darer bloodbath.

What is a windfall of money? "An unexpected profit or gain. An investor holding a stock that increases greatly in price because of an unexpected takeover offer receives a windfall" Source : Wall Street Words A to Z Guide to Investment Terms A Call Out to the New York Attorney General New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and his staff should investigate John Darer and his tortuous interference practices and other structured settlement planners like Darer who solicit Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey residents under false pretenses as he always does. Out of state individuals and companies involved in such fraudulent activity may not be registered to do business in New York and operate through anonymously registered websites which makes them difficult to track by the average consumer. New York has a Structured Settlement Protection Act and its judiciary is one of the more advanced in its comprehension of the importance of its role in protection of New York annuitants. Nevertheless, until New York's laws set standards for how individuals and companies solicit New York residents and banning the ability to advertise online and on Facebook as 4 Structures and Darer does, require licensure of any sort to allow ads and online content by Darer and there is no enforcement or penalty mechanism in place to stop people like this. New Yorkers have the potential to be victimized by psychopaths like John Darer who have nothing but their own self interest. He reminds me of Mr. Trump who he adores and loves since they are both misogynist.

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#1 REBUTTAL Individual responds

StructuredSettlementUs.com Owner In Ad Hominem Attack and Plagiarizes Watchdog's Post Instead of Correcting Falsehoods

AUTHOR: Zoom Schwartz Profilgliano - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 09, 2018

As the Structured Settlement Industry Watchdog I am a consumer advocate. On May 1, 2018 I published a Post entitled  StructuredSettlement.Us.Com Fraudulent Ads targeting Staten Island and Other New York Residents.  You can read the post at  structuredsettlements.typepad.com/structured_settlements_4r/2018/05/structuredsettlementuscom-fraudulent-ads-targeting-staten-island-residents. The post speaks for itself. 

StructuredSettlement.us.com also has scammed Queens NY residents as set forth in the cited linked post. I clearly explain why in my opinon they are scammers. I am the only advocate for structured settlement consumers in an unregulated business.

My business on the other hand is highly regulated and requires licensing, continuing education.  My verifiable credentials are available online.

Instead of addressing the issue affecting New York consumers,  the poster who I am rebutting, has chosen to make an ad hominem attack and essentially plagiarize the post I have linked above. What a pity! 

Our firm has never had a complaint filed with any regulatory agency or the Better Business Bureau, where  it subscribes to the principles of an Accredited Business with an A+ rating, a rating held  for over 13 years.  We are not a structured settlement payment purchasing company.  What undermines the claims of the post I am rebutting to is that if what they said were true I would not be able tohood a professional license.

Read about my Structured Settlement Watchdog work here structuredsettlementwatchdog.net 

Thank you for reading.

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