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Switching Companies After You’ve Begun the Selling Process

If I sign with a company to sell my structured settlement, can I switch to another company later?

There are many decisions to make when you’ve decided to sell some or all of your future structured settlement payments. Choosing a company to help you sell is one of the most important choices in the process because it will directly impact how much money you’ll receive for the sale – and it will certainly also impact your experience at every step.

You read that right: Not every company will offer you the same price for your future structured settlement payments. Some companies do not even provide their bottom-line quote first because they’re hoping you will accept less for your future payments, which means more money for them. CrowFly doesn’t work that way. We’ll give you our best quote upfront because we want you to get the most value for your money. Even if you’re just shopping around and haven’t decided to sell yet, you can start with the free online calculator on our homepage before even contacting us. Then, once you’re ready to discuss it further, a member of our team would be happy to speak with you.

Your experience with selling your future payments will also differ depending on the company you choose to work with. Big-name companies might pressure you to sell, often contacting you many times a day (sometimes even from different phone numbers) to talk you into it – even if you’re not ready. It can be annoying, frustrating, and sometimes downright scary, but these tactics are often effective at getting people to agree to sell faster.

So, say you sign papers with one company and then think: I’ve made a mistake, and I really want to work with a different company. Is it possible to start over?

The short answer is yes. After you’ve started the process of selling with one company, you are legally able to change your mind. At CrowFly, we’ve been contacted by several sellers who were fed up with their experience with another company and wanted to work with us instead. We were able to help them start the process with CrowFly instead and cross the finish line in a more positive way. On the other hand, our competitors have tried contacting our own customers to get them to switch (more on that here). However, we work hard to build trust and great relationships with sellers, so they tend to stay right where they are.

Selling might be a bit complex, but it shouldn’t be stressful. The bottom line is, if you’re unhappy with your experience with selling structured settlement payments, your seller agreement is not binding. So, you have the right to cancel your transaction with the first company and sign new documents to go through the process with a different company.

Interested in Selling Structured Settlement Payments? Call Us Now

If you have questions or concerns about selling your future payments, we can help. Call 833-CROWFLY or (888) 560-6629 to speak with a real person. We'll never hassle or pressure you to sell, but we will give you the right information so you can make the best choices. We look forward to hearing from you soon.