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All sorts of red flags here
Posted by MikeC/TX of TX on 2/7/19 6:35pm Msg #602948
What they're asking you to do is to screw YOUR client. Understand the difference between client and customer. YOUR client is the one who gave you the assignment, not the party doing the settlement. That party is your customer. You have a fiduciary responsibility to your client, not to the customer.

Your client gives you an assignment, you complete that assignment, and then you're supposed to turn the results of that assignment over to a third party who's offering you a cut of the action?

Aside from the fact that this is highly unethical, what part of this scenario makes you think you will ever get work from that client again?
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Messages in this Thread
 Structured settlement scam? - schlub/NC on 2/7/19 1:24pm
 Re: Structured settlement scam? - Luckydog on 2/7/19 1:54pm
 I've done some structured settlements & it's not my job -  MW/VA on 2/7/19 4:07pm
 All sorts of red flags here - MikeC/TX on 2/7/19 6:35pm
 No, they are asking you to find new referrals for them... n/m - Luckydog on 2/7/19 7:28pm
 Oh crap, no. That's illegal - Luckydog on 2/7/19 7:33pm
 Times Are Desparate For Some - I Don't Take Them At All n/m -  Scriba/NM on 2/8/19 1:56am
 In complete agreement with MikeC & Scriba. I Don't accept -  Christine/OK on 2/8/19 6:02am
 Re: Structured settlement scam? - LisaKT/CA on 2/8/19 3:39pm
 Agree. Even the CA SOS has a privacy policy - Bear900/CA on 2/8/19 5:04pm



 
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