Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC Sales Triple in January 2013 Compared to Previous Year

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Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC funded three times the amount of settlements in January 2013 compared to the same period in 2012.

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The company saw tremendous growth in our structured settlement business in 2012. We are seeing this momentum continue into 2013.

Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC funded three times the amount of settlements in January 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. This year over year growth in sales shows the continuation of the success Woodbridge has experienced in the last year.

Woodbridge Executive Vice President, Scott Schwartz stated, “The company saw tremendous growth in our structured settlement business in 2012. We are seeing this momentum continue into 2013. It shows the consumer confidence in us and that more people are realizing the advantage of selling their structured settlements.”

In spite of this growth, Woodbridge Structured Funding recognizes there are many structured settlement holders who have not yet heard of the company. To reach as many people who could benefit from Woodbridge’s services, it has launched a new national TV commercial campaign. The new TV spot addresses those consumers holding structured settlement, lottery and annuity payments. As always, the company’s focus is to maintain superior customer service while offering the highest lump sum payouts of any competitors.

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

About Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC

Woodbridge Structured Funding, LLC together with its predecessor companies and founders have been pioneers in the financial services industry for nearly twenty years. They were innovators in the purchase of future periodic payments in return for a lump sum, and since 1993, have purchased nearly a billion of dollars worth of lottery, casino jackpot, structured settlements and annuity payments -- one satisfied customer at a time.

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