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iSettlements, an Affiliate of Structured Asset Funding, celebrates a six year A+ Better Business Bureau Rating Anniversary

February 28, 2014



Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

iSettlements, an affiliate of Structured Asset Funding, one of the nation’s most reliable buyers of structures settlements and annuity payments, is celebrating six years of its A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Since April 2008 iSettlements and affiliates have proudly been rated as an A+ BBB Accredited Business. A rating earned by consumer trust, business ethics and outstanding client service.

“We are proud to be designated as a top-rated BBB Accredited Business, especially since our reputation comes from customer satisfaction,” said Andrew Savysky, President of iSettlements “We are very pleased to be recognized for our, honesty, integrity and hard work.”

About the Better Business Bureau

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1912, focused on advancing marketplace trust. The Better Business Bureau assigns grades from A+ to F that represents the Bureau’s degree of confidence in a particular business. The BBB serves as an intermediary between consumers and businesses—alerting the public to scams and reviewing commercial advertising claims. For over 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has been helping consumers find businesses, brands and charities they can trust.

About iSettlements

Located in South Florida, iSettlements is a dedicated finance company that employs institutional financing, underwriting and legal expertise to purchase future cash flows (buying structured settlements and insurance annuities). As a direct funder, iSettlements can offer the most value for a structured settlement or annuity payments.

For more information about iSettlements and to learn more about structure settlements visit http://www.isettlements.com/

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