Sell Your Structured Settlement To Anfed Bank To Avoid Debt

If you are bereft of any cash at all, AnFed Bank is more than willing to help ease your pain if you are willing to sell your structured settlement . The best part is you do not have to sell all of it, only as much as you want or need. The rest of your money remains yours. The money that AnFed Bank gives you is yours to do with as you need whether it is buying a house, paying off school loans or even paying off unexpected expenses, AnFed Bank is here to help. As the only bank certified to buy structured settlements, you will eliminate fees and closing costs that other financial institutions charge for the same service. AnFed Bank cuts out the middleman which in turn gives them the ability to give more cash for structured settlements .
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Selling Your Structured Settlement – When Should You Expect Your Money? | WiredPRNews.com

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2011-12-13 15:15:32 (GMT) (WiredPRNews.com – Dallas, Money & Finance, Press Releases) 12/12/2011 // Richardson, Texas, USA // theinfogroup // Annuity Transfers As part of their efforts to provide transparency to the structured settlement selling process and in particular the documents involved with each sale, Annuity Transfers Ltd., has published a post titled: Understanding the Documents: Part 4 – When Should You Expect Your Money? Readers of the post will learn the actual payment of money should happen within three business days once the judge has ruled the sale is in the best interest of the seller. This assumes the judge signed the court order approving the sale at the time of the hearing or very shortly thereafter. Readers will also learn that those who sell a structured settlement directly to a direct funder with access to their own capital stand a better chance of getting their money quicker than those who sell to a broker. So the decision to work with a broker instead of a direct funder can be substantial when it comes to a timely payment. Finally readers learn how to tell the difference between a broker and a direct funder including what questions to ask and what funding timeline advantage there is to working with a structured settlement purchaser with access to their own capital. Read the post in its entirety here http://www.annuitytransfers.com/2011/11/21/understanding-the-documents-part-4-when-should-you-expect-your-money/ and stay tuned for more installments to better understand the structured settlement selling process. About Annuity Transfers, Ltd.
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