Maybe the worst part is the focus on veterans, since veterans' retirement pay and benefits are protected from garnishment, but a big lump sum from some scammy lender is not. In other words, if you sign away your retirement pay or VA benefits to this outfit for ready cash now, when you get the check from them, it will NOT be exempt from garnishment the way your pay or benefits were.
And since people willing to trade lifetime benefits for cash now are usually in financial trouble -- or soon will be -- that matters a LOT.
I'll give the pitch below so you can see how scammy these people are, but I'll delete their name and URL because I don't want to lead any veterans to them -- quite the contrary.
I'm reaching out to you from [Scammy.org], a site dedicated to providing essential information on pensions and annuities. Today we give thanks to all of the brave men and women veterans who serve our country.
Americans who have served in the military may qualify for the Veterans Pension, which is a tax-free monetary benefit. Veterans and their families could be unaware of the options that are available to them due to the complexity of annuities.
We've recently added a new page dedicated to men and women who have served our country in the military:
Your site provides great veterans resources listed here http://www.johngearlaw.com/uploads/6/2/8/9/6289396/veterans_resource_links_updated_5-27-14.pdf;
and I think our resources could be a helpful addition for your website's visitors.
Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions and I look forward to hearing from you.