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A Question of Character, Part One

Hi folks, J.G. Wentworth here. Today, we would like to talk about a topic that we normally don’t discuss here. But because the topic is so important, we feel that we have to – and that the best way to do it is to address the topic directly. So without further ado, here it is:

Is our company a scam?

The problem is, certain sites on the Internet sure make it seem that way. They write things like, “I just saw a commercial for J.G. Wentworth. Don’t let them take advantage of you!” or “Don’t trust J.G. Wentworth!” or even “This company is a scam! They rip off poor people!”

Here at J.G. Wentworth, we have read some of these accusations, and they bother us deeply. They bother us not just because they’re so untrue – but also because they attack us in a place that hurts the most: our character.

The character of our company is something we take very seriously at J.G. Wentworth. For 20 years we have worked extremely hard to build our reputation, and we have built it to the point where we are now one of the largest and most respected buyers of structured settlements and annuities in the country. We are a company that people often turn to when they have immediate financial problems – the company that works to get people cash now for their future payments – the company that is available just about any time to get folks just like you our fairest deal on their payments.

So when anybody writes those things about us, it hurts. A lot.

In our next blog, we would like to spend more time discussing this topic, and why this portrayal of our company is so untrue. For the time being, however, let us be clear: J.G. Wentworth is not a scam. J.G. Wentworth has not, nor ever will, “rip off” people. At J.G. Wentworth, our business ethics are very important to us. We have been in business since 1992, and we will keep doing our best job for our customers every single day we go to work.

We look forward to continuing this conversation in our next blog. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at 877-227-4713.