Assignments of Benefits Exploit Vulnerable Floridians

Feb 20, 2019 / Hurricane Irma

Floridians are being ripped off by unethical contractors who recommend assignments of benefits (AOB’s) to begin working on homes impacted by major disasters. An assignment of benefits (AOB) is a much abused, but legally-binding document in which a homeowner assigns the right to collect insurance benefits to a contractor. Although AOBs have a proper place in the contracting world (because they can be a convenient way for homeowners to pay […]

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Give Where You Live | February 20 & 21 2019

In this week’s installment of our ongoing video series, we take a break from investment news and information to focus on local charity. As many people might know the Community Foundation in Collier County hosts a 24-hour program called “Give Where You Live” in which you can give money to a variety of charities and have your donation, up to a certain limit, matched. Find out more here:

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Structured Notes Issued by Deutsche Bank are Actually Unsecured Loans to a Troubled Foreign Institution

Jan 30, 2019 / protecting investors

Here is yet another recent article chronicling the massive problems at Deutsche Bank. Sadly, the Deutsche Bank story appears to be the ‘all too common’ story of possible investigations of unethical and possibly illegal practices by a large financial institution. Massive Repayment Risk to Retail Investors While we have concerns for the world economy should Deutsche Bank’s fortunes continue in the wrong direction, our current focus is on the massive […]

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