AnFed Bank Offers More Value for Your Structured Settlement
Atlanta 10/28/2012 11:35 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)
AnFed Bank is a division of BofI Federal Bank, an FDIC insured and federally chartered financial institution. This credibility allows AnFed Bank the privilege of being the recipient of structured settlement funds, meaning they are the end of the chain when it comes to buying structured settlements. Many other companies who offer to buy structured settlements are merely brokers who wedge themselves between the structured settlement annuitant and the bank. They charge a higher fee to the annuitant in order to make a profit when selling the structured settlement to a bank such as AnFed.
Additionally, the money agreed upon between the structured settlement annuitant and AnFed Bank is the money that they actually receive-- no less. AnFed Bank does not charge any additional hidden fees or closing costs. Simply stated, annuitants get more cash for structured settlements by dealing with AnFed Bank.
It can sometimes take a long time for the claimant to actually receive their money when selling structured settlements because a bank must approve the transfer of funds. Depending on the state and the court handling the case, it can take several weeks for the claimant to actually receive any money. On par with the rest of their exceptional customer service, AnFed Bank offers cash advances to alleviate situations like these.
Call (855) AnFed 4U to find out how you too can sell your structured settlements for the most value.