Woodbridge Structured Funding to Hire 20 new employees

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Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC announces the expansion of employees through out California, New York and Florida.

The expansion plan includes hiring up to 20 new employees for the regional offices. Positions will be available in the legal department, processing department, research department as well as the sales and marketing departments.

Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC has announced today the expansion of its California headquarters as well as its New York and Florida offices. The expansion plan includes hiring up to 20 new employees for the regional offices. Positions will be available in the legal department, processing department, research department as well as the sales and marketing departments.

Scott Schwartz executive vice president announced of the expansion, "While many companies still have hiring freezes in effect Woodbridge has been experiencing explosive growth in our sell structured settlements and lottery acquisition businesses. As consumer credit continues to be extremely tight and banks refuse to make loans, as well as the inability for consumers to refinance, the sale of structured settlements, and pre owned annuities as well as other assets seems to be the only way consumers can raise cash," continued Schwartz.

Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC can be found online at http://www.woodbridgeinvestments.com

About Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC:
Woodbridge and its predecessor companies have been pioneers in the financial services industry. Over fifteen years ago, Woodbridge innovated the purchase of future payments in return for a lump sum. Since 1993, Woodbridge Structured Funding LLC, its predecessor companies and founders, have bought hundred of millions of dollars of lottery winnings, jackpots, structured settlements, sell annuity payments, mortgages and deeds of trusts, one satisfied customer at a time.

Press Contact:
Scott Schwartz
866-865-7044
Woodbridge Structured Funding LLC
http://www.woodbridgeinvestments.com

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