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  • Call 855-834-8117 or fill out the form on the LEFT
  • This call is complementary and is strictly informative.
  • Information you may want to have handy so your account executive can give you accurate information is:
  • How did you come to have a structured settlement?  Some situations are not possible to sell future payments. So we do not waste any time, it is important to know the facts.
  • How much are you looking to get?   After evaluating your situation, it is possible your account executive tells you that you only have to sell part of your settlement.
  • If you sold future payments in the past, we would need to know in order to give you accurate information.

 

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  • Have your account executive explain the quote
  • How much of your structured settlement you are selling
  • What are the different Lump Sum structures available to get you the best deal

 

Receive Your Lump Sum!

  • Congratulations! Now it is time to get paid!
  • Your account executive will go over the different payment options.
  • Also you will have the remaining future payments explained to you.



Sell My Structured Settlement

Thinking To Yourself “Should I Sell My Structured Settlement?”

I actually went through the process to sell my structured settlement. Everyone is pretty anxious to see if the payments that we receive will be sufficient for our needs. Maybe you had someone  pass away, and left you with a jurisdiction over their structured settlement payments. If you think that you can use a lump sum to open up a business venture, you might think about the option to sell your annuity.  However, selling this periodic payment is not as easy as selling stocks or your garage items.  It is an intricate process.  You need the help  of  professionals in this industry.  Here are some of the tips that I learned during the time that I sell my structured settlement.

Take Things Slowly

One of the most common mistakes that I noticed when I sell my structured settlement payment is that most people are in a hurry.  They often make hasty decision that they will regret in the end.  According to the study, at least 1/5 of the Americans are facing debt. They sell their structured settlement annuity to settle their debt.  However, if you do not take your time in analyzing your situation, there is consequences.  You will face a more serious problem in the future.

Avoid Selling the Entire Annuity

You need to remember that the structured settlement payment is one large investment.  You are never obliged to sell the entirety of your periodic payments.  In my case, the professional recommended that it may be more beneficial to sell my structured settlement on limited basis.  Some people are relying on their annuity as a major source of their income. Its best to think about your situation and what will happen in case you sell the whole thing.

Seek For the Help of the Experts

As I have mentioned above, selling the structure settlement is a complex task.  There are things that an average person will not understand. There are things that will catch him off guard such as the surrender fee that might affect your decision and the result.  To avoid any surprise and to get the best value out of my annuity, I decided to seek the help of the professionals to help me sell my structured settlement. Velocity Settlement Funding has streamlined these processes to make it simple, fast, and safe.

Consulting With Stakeholders

Average household in the US carries at least $129, 579 outstanding debts.  This means that having a steady stream of periodic payment may help you to overcome your debt in the future.   Before I decided to sell my structured settlement, I decided to consult who is currently benefitting from my annuity.   After hearing their thoughts and opinions, I decided to create a plan according to their inputs.

All in all, I decided that I will benefit us all to sell my structured settlement payments.   I also consult the members of the family and some professionals in the field of finance to ensure that I am creating the ideal decision.

 

 


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