Client First Earns "A" Rating From the Better Business Bureau

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Client First Settlement Funding upgraded their rating from the BBB to an "A."

Now we'll strive for the A+ rating to reflect the personal attention we give to our clients.

The Better Business Bureau recently upgraded the rating for Client First Settlement Funding from an A- to an A. The agency rates companies based on the number of complaints received, how complaints are handled and the number of years in business.

“Client First is a young company so it pleases me that we have improved our ranking with the Better Business Bureau in a short amount of time,” said Burt Kroner, President and CEO of Client First Settlement Funding. “Now we’ll strive for the A+ rating to reflect the personal attention we give to our clients.”

Client First Settlement Funding purchases and sells structured settlements and annuities nationwide. A structured settlement is a financial or insurance payment arrangement that a plaintiff accepts to resolve a lawsuit from a personal injury claim, wrongful death suit, automobile accident or medical malpractice. Often the compensation is paid out over time in regular installments as a structured settlement rather than a lump sum. Sometimes individuals find it difficult to afford a major purchase such as putting a down payment on a house, buying a reliable car or paying for tuition. With a structured settlement there is always the option of selling a portion or all of it for a lump sum of cash.

As a direct funder, Client First offers competitive rates so clients can get the most money for their structured settlement payments. A personal representative will analyze the client’s financial situation and offer him or her options. Their goal is to enhance their client’s financial well-being while providing the personal attention he or she deserves. Individuals with structured settlement payments wanting to learn more about how to get a lump sum of cash can visit or call toll-free 1-888-594-1195.

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