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Selling More Structured Settlement Payments

If you sold some of your structured settlement payments before and want to receive another lump sum, you can sell your additional payments to get more cash.

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Selling Payments for a Another Lump Sum

By now, you know how the process of selling your structured settlement payments works because you’ve already done it. You filled out the paperwork, met with a judge, and got your lump sum. You went back to living your life. But what if you need another lump sum in the future? If you still have payments remaining, you might have a way to get it.

Can I Sell More of My Payments?

Yes. You can sell your remaining structured settlement payments for a another lump sum of cash. It doesn’t end with one lump sum. As long as you have payments left, you have the option to sell them all at once or over time.

What Will Be Different About The Process?

The basic process of getting another lump sum will be the same as before:
  • First, you’ll speak with an account executive who will ask you questions to fully understand the details about your settlement payments.
  • The account executive can then make an offer to buy some or all of your remaining payments in exchange for a new lump sum.
  • If you agree with the offer, then the account executive will send a contract for you to sign and return. Once we have all the information we need, our attorney will work with the courts to set a date for your hearing.
  • You’ll need to attend the court date so a judge can review the transaction.
  • If the transaction is approved, you’ll get your lump sum.

Important

It’s important during your call with your account executive regarding the new transaction for you to explain that you have already sold some of your payments. This information is required for us to give you the most accurate quote possible.

Why Should I Sell More Payments to J.G. Wentworth?

If you worked with anyone other than J.G. Wentworth in the past, you owe it to yourself to give us a call. We are the largest and most experienced structured settlement payment buyer in the industry. We’ve helped thousands of people get lump sums for their structured settlement payments. Our status and experience allows us to offer competitive prices for your future payments.

If you’re one of our many satisfied customers, working with us again provides a few extra advantages. We’ll already have your information on file, which means we can streamline the process to get you your cash sooner. Your account executive will be able to give you an accurate, updated quote in minutes. We won’t have to ask your insurance company to send your paperwork again, which means we should be able to schedule a court date faster than we could previously. You’ll still need to fill out a new purchase contract, but the process shouldn’t take as long as before.

Will I Get The Same Account Executive?

When you contact us to speak with one of our representatives, you can ask for your original account executive. If your account executive is not available, another member of the team will walk you through the process. Because you worked with J.G. Wentworth in the past, your new account executive will be able to pull up your old file, including any notes that your previous representative added to your account, to streamline the process.

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Whether you’re working with us for the first time or you’ve worked with us before, our goal is to make the process easy – and to get you your lump sum as quickly as possible.

If you’d like to receive an offer for your remaining payments, please get in touch. We are happy to present you with options to help you meet your financial needs.

* J.G. Wentworth does not provide legal, tax, or financial advice, please consult with independent professionals for such advice.