Disclaimer: The following steps will ensure that you get the most cash, EVERY TIME, from your structured settlement or annuity. If you sold structured settlement payments in Texas and want to know if you were underpaid, call 877-540-1042.
How To Get The Most Cash Selling Structured Settlements: 3 Steps
Step 1: Find Out the REAL Current Cash Value of Your Structured Settlement!!!
This first step is vital to getting the most cash!
Determining the REAL current cash value of your structured settlement annuity payments is simple.
Option 1: Call 877-540-1042 to find out right away
Option 2: Create a free account here and enter details of your structured settlement.
Once completed, you will receive an email within 24 hours that lets you know the current cash value of your structured settlement.
Step 2: Determine if the Cash Value of Your Structured Settlement is Increasing or Decreasing Over Time.
You have two options to determining this important factor:
Option 1: For immediate service, call 877-540-1042 to determine if your structured
settlement cash value is increasing or decreasing over time.
Option 2: Create a free account here and enter
the details of your structured settlement. You will receive periodic updates to
your email that informs you of the current cash value of your structured
Step 3: Find the Right Structured Settlement Funding Company to work with when selling Structured Settlements
If you’re thinking about selling structured settlement annuity payments for cash, and you’re searching for the right settlement funding company to work with, beware.
Calling too many structured settlement funding companies will lead to unwanted, harassing phone calls from sales people at those companies trying to pressure you into selling your structured settlement payments.
In addition, mostly all of them including, JG Wentworth, tend to underpay their clients. From our experience, about 90% – 95% of the people who sold structured settlement annuity payments in the past were underpaid.
There are several structured settlement funding companies that cash out structured settlement payments, so it’s very important to work with someone you trust.
Who can I trust to Buy My Structured Settlement?
On average, we pay more than any of the other buyers of structured settlements.
1. We educate our clients. For example, did you know the cash value of your structured settlement payment changes over time?
2. Again, we educate our clients: Do you know the current cash value of your structured settlement?
3. Our goal is to get you as much cash as possible. Their goal is to get you as little cash as possible, so they make more money.
When you decide to sell your structured settlement payments for cash, work with someone you can trust.
What is the Process of Selling My Structured Settlement?
Selling Structured Settlement Payments is Easy
1. Get Your Quote
2. Sign Your Contract
3. Attend Your Hearing
4. Get Your Cash
How long is the process if I decide to sell my structured settlement payments?
When selling your structured settlement payments for cash, you must attend a court hearing and get approval from a judge in your jurisdiction. For the laws in your state, you can find out here.
On average, it can take anywhere from 30 – 45 days to get a court date from the time time that you sign your contract. So, most of that time is actually spent waiting for your court date to get your deal approved.
I’m Think I’m Ready To Sell My Structured Settlement Payments
Great. Think you’re ready for structured settlement cash now?
1. Give Us a Call
2. Get Your Offer
3. Sign Your Contract
4. Wait on your court date
Remember: Selling annuity payments does not have to be painful. If you call around to too many structured settlement funding companies asking for quotes, you will get hounded constantly with unwanted phone calls.
Instead, stay informed at all times of the value of your structured settlement payments by creating a free account here.
You’ll be happy you did.!
We are the #1 provider of structured settlement funding in Texas and provide services in every city including: San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Bexar County, Harris County, Waco..