I was doing a transaction with Stone Street, it has been over 3 months and I still have no court date. RSL Funding sent me an offer for $3,000 more...
For as long as I can remember I dreamed of becoming a lawyer. I'd be the first in my family to obtain a professional degree and this is something I wanted to achieve for all of us. But fate seemed like it was going to be in my way.
I had worked a part time job since 9th grade as a way to help my family and to have a little nest to use to cover some of my expenses for college. While attending college I decided to move out of state for those four years and to hold down a full time job to not only maintain my independence from my parents but also as a way to continue to build my nest egg for law school. While walking home from an evening class, I was struck by a drunk driver, who, while a student attending the same college as me, was someone I didn't know.
My husband Marc and I were expecting our first baby and we really needed to have access to our money, from a lottery win, before she arrived. At that time she was just 3 months away, but when there is a bun in the oven, things can always change, fast...sometimes a lot faster that you could ever plan for...
I am sure a lot of other have made the same mistake I did. I saw a Peachtree commercial and called to sell a portion of my annuity. The guy with Peachtree totally took advantage of my lack of knowledge in this field. RSL (Derek) came knocking and provided me with a much better deal.
I would like to thank RSL Funding for helping me through all my transactions. I decided to go with RSL Funding after being offered more money
I was shopping my structured settlement around to find out who would offer me the most money. As I was calling various companies I began to notice a trend. All of these factoring companies would bad mouth each other.