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Cash For Settlement Payments Launches Advice to Help Unlock The Value Payment Agreements

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Cash For Settlement Payments publishes new editorials to help people secure a lump sum of cash in exchange for their payment agreements to help them move on with their lives more quickly and easily.

Dallas, Texas, United States of America – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

At first a settlement agreement might sound like a life changing sum of money, but many people soon find out that monthly payment plans reduce the amount to something insignificant in their day to day lives. This leaves people in a position where the good it was supposed to do them isn’t actually felt, and the same goes for annuities and lottery payments. Cash For Settlement Payments offers to buy these payment agreements from individuals and in return furnish them with a lump sum of cash that can allow them to invest it in their futures.

The service offers cash for settlement payments of all kinds, from legal settlements to cash annuities and lottery payments. The idea is to release a lump sum that can be accessed instantly instead of frittering away small monthly payments that won’t make a difference to people’s lives. The website also offers consumers a plethora of advice on unlocking their settlement payments.

The ability to sell Annuity payments for cash is a relatively recent development but is already proving popular, and these companies are an excellent way to do so, offering absolute reliability and the highest possible standards of customer service, offering no obligation quotes to all enquiries.

A spokesperson for Cash For Settlement Payments explained, “For many people settlement agreements being paid out in low monthly amounts can make little difference to their lives, where the lump sum of the agreement could allow them to move forward. In some cases receiving monthly payments can even be distressing, seen as blood money and a reminder of a wrongdoing, and a lump sum can help people close the door on that chapter of their lives. We make it easier than ever, and are happy to help in any way we can.”

About Cash For Settlement Payments:
With over 12 years in business Cash For Settlement Payments can be counted upon to fund clients in exchange for their monthly payment agreements with a lump sum of hard cash. The company is registered with the Better Business Bureau and maintains an A+ rating thanks to providing excellent customer service and opportunities for people who want to trade in their cash annuity, structured settlement, or lottery payments for cash now.

For more information about us, please visit http://cashforsettlementpayments.com

Contact Info:
Name: Jose Hernandez
Email: Contact@cashforsettlementpayments.com
Phone: 877-392-8110
Organization: Cash For Settlement Payments

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/cash-for-settlement-payments-launches-advice-to-help-unlock-the-value-payment-agreements/36770

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