National Buyer of Structured Settlements and Fixed Annuities Uses Video Marketing Services to Boost Awareness, Brand and Clientele

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) January 10, 2013

National Buyer of Structured Settlements

National Buyer of Structured Settlements

With the launch of their new interactive website, National Structured Funding® is using video marketing to drive traffic and increase brand awareness. National Structured Funding’s® mission is to be a national leader in the Structured Settlements industry as a premier buyer of Structured Settlements, Fixed Annuities, Life Contingent (non-guaranteed) Structured Settlements, State Lotteries, Royalty Payments and other income streams. Placing the customer’s needs first, coupled with offering the largest payouts for its customers in the industry, has quickly made National Structured Funding® a trusted source for individuals looking for lump sum payouts.

“It’s rewarding”, said Mark D. Graham, President of National Structured Funding®, “when you have an individual or family who needs a lump sum payment to start a new business, or for an unexpected life event, peace of mind, college tuition for a child, to pay off debt like a mortgage, or any other reason and you are able to help them and offer a higher payout as compared to the other national brands.”

With a large array of services being offered, and looking for stronger national coverage, it’s no surprise why National Structured Funding® turned to the expert video marketing services of Video Broadcast Services.

Video Broadcast Services began carving its name in the video marketing space with one goal in mind; to put the customer’s needs first.

“There are video marketing companies who give incorrect expectations to their clients and ultimately end up giving the industry a bad name”, said Marcia Hawkins, President of Video Broadcast Services. “We knew from day one that we wanted to be different. It has always been our goal to over-deliver for our clients. At the end of each video marketing campaign, we want our clients to feel that they received more than they paid for.”

Continue reading>> Announces Help for Students Seeking a Way Out of Overriding Debt

HARTFORD, Conn., Jan 21, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — via PRWEB – has today debuted new solutions for students struggling with high debt levels. This move comes in response to a significantly growing demand from students across the nation seeking to sell structured settlements in order to gain better financial liquidity through SSQ.

According to national studies, student debt is at an all-time high. 12 million students each year have to borrow money in order to pay for a college education. In addition, the country is suffering from a very high number of outstanding college loans – 37 million student loans are currently outstanding (students behind on payments).

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau reports the dollar amount of these outstanding loans at $1 trillion ($902 billion as reported by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York). The average debt load for a student has increased by 5% since 2010, rising to $26,600 (averaged across all student loans).

This enormous debt burden puts students in a very difficult position. In order to pay for their education, they need funds. However, most lack those funds because they have not gotten the education necessary to start their careers. By selling structured settlements, students can gain access to “free and clear” money to use as payment for their education without incurring additional debt or to pay down current debt incurred by taking out student loans.

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S&P puts 7 ratings on 7 structured settlement bonds on watch positive

– We placed our ratings on seven tranches from seven securitizations backed by structured settlement payments on CreditWatch with positive implications.
– Securitizations backed by structured settlement payments are typically payments resulting from an arrangement between a claimant and defendant structured as installment payments that satisfy the settlement.
– The CreditWatch placements reflect the increased overcollateralization and principal payments to the notes.

NEW YORK (Standard & Poor’s) Jan. 11, 2013–Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services today placed its ratings on seven tranches from seven securitizations backed by structured settlement payments on CreditWatch with positive implications (see list).

The securitizations are backed by structured settlement payments, which are payments resulting from an arrangement between a claimant (for example, a plaintiff that has settled a personal injury lawsuit) and a defendant and/or the defendant’s liability insurer, typically structured as installment payments that satisfy the settlement. The defendant generally arranges to discharge its payment obligation to the claimant by assigning this obligation to a settlement counterparty. The settlement counterparty then typically funds the obligation to make the agreed-upon payments by purchasing an annuity contract from an annuity provider.

Today’s CreditWatch placements reflect the principal payments to the notes and the resulting increased overcollateralization the principal payments help to provide.

We will resolve today’s CreditWatch placement after we complete a comprehensive analysis and committee review of the transaction.  We expect to resolve the CreditWatch placement within 90 days.  We will continue to monitor the transaction and take rating actions, including CreditWatch placements, as we deem appropriate.

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Structured settlement companies continue to appear in the news headlines as of late. The big story is the notice that Standard and Poors placed bonds from seven different structured settlement deals on watch positive. The flow of funds into this arena for investment purposes remains strong, as buyers of structured settlement bonds look forward to above average return on investment.


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