|<<<Here's how it works: According to the guy I spoke to, the notary has the client sign all the paperwork. After the signing, the notary either gives the client the info for this outfit or gives the client info directly to the company.>>>|
I find this to be quite unethical. If they are legit, they need to advertise their services directly to the public instead of getting notaries to do their bidding. As far as structured settlements go, I've notarized many and I'm comfortable doing so because I know the client and their attorney must appear before a judge in court to justify the reason for the request. The judge will either approve or deny the request. Folks have their reasons for selling their future annuity payments and it's their business to do so. It is not unethical to do so.....may be unwise, but not unethical. I'm a disinterested third party and remain that way.