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When You Need Your Cash NOW

When folks consider selling their future structured settlement payments to J.G. Wentworth, most are prepared to wait for the process to be completed. They understand that selling future settlement payments is not an overnight process, and that some of the steps within the process are there for their own best interests.

But what about those folks who need that money right away? Can J.G. Wentworth do anything for people who really and truly need that cash NOW?

Fortunately, the answer is yes. J.G. Wentworth now offers cash advances to qualified customers on their structured settlement payment sales in amounts as much as $5,000.*

It’s important to note that the money we would be advancing qualified customers is not a loan – meaning, the cash advance will be free of any fees or interest charges. It is, instead, an advance payment of part of the purchase price you will receive for selling us your future settlement payments. In other words: it is your purchase price money, getting to you even sooner!

So stop waiting for your structured settlement or annuity payments to get to you at distant dates in the future. Get cash sooner from J.G. Wentworth, and if you truly need cash NOW, call us today to hear more details about our cash advance program. Our highly trained J.G. Wentworth representatives can be reached by phone twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week at 877-227-4713.


* Cash advances can be approved in as little as 72 hours after you qualify. In order to qualify for a cash advance you must meet the following requirements:  (1) you calling us at 877-227-4713 and then executing and returning to us the structured settlement purchase contract and all ancillary documents required by us to start the court required process, (2) our confirmation that you are receiving periodic structured settlement payments on a tax free basis, (3) our determination that you can enter into an agreement to sell all or a portion of those periodic payments to us pursuant to an applicable state transfer statute, (4) our determination that our purchase transaction is likely to be approved by a court of competent jurisdiction, and (5) your satisfaction of our underwriting guidelines for review.