Future Income Payments (FIP) Scheme Leads to Securities Regulator Investigations
Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter has been contacted by several Orlando area investors in Future Income Payments, LLC (FIP) who are concerned that the returns they were promised have terminated. We are now investigating those claims with the intention of filing a civil complaint to recover investor losses.
FIP marketing claims to be “the industry leader and an innovator in buying and selling secondary market pension and insurance policy cash flows, often referred to as “Structured Cash Flows.” However several states have entered cease and desist orders alleging FIP was issuing loans without a license and disguising them as “sales agreements.” Despite the desist orders, the firm’s website remains operational as of this writing.
If you have purchased a structured cash flow investment through FIP, please contact our office for a complimentary case evaluation.
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