Choosing a Company
But, you think, I should simply choose the lowest quote, right? Not necessarily. At this point you should have three quotes that are pretty similar. But you also know what each company is like to deal with: how fast they return your calls or emails, how helpful they are, if they are pleasant, who you are dealing with, etc. And, if you don’t choose carefully you could put yourself in a position to simply get turned down. When it comes to structured settlements John Darer, an advocate for sellers and structured settlement watchdog, mentions in his blog how Peachtree has publically suggested that people sell their settlements to retire or take a vacation. As Darer points out, in this case it is fortunate that the court would have final approval to avoid such frivolous sales.
But let’s say you have a good reason to sell; do you choose based complete on cost?
No. You should make an educated decision about which company you allow to buy your structured settlement based on a variety of factors. If one company is treating you poorly but they offer you $600 more, is it worth it? You may be working with this company for weeks, even a couple months – is $600 worth the worry and stress of working with a company that you don’t feel comfortable with? You must decide. On the other hand, you can call Strategic Capital for a quote and know that you will get the best service and the best price right away, with one easy call.