Noam S. Weiss is the Managing Partner of Settlement Benefits Association, a life settlement broker dedicated to helping seniors understand and maximize the value of their life insurance.
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I wanted to communicate our sincere thanks for the guidance you provided as you have stepped my family through this process. We found ourselves in an un-enviable position medically that left us very vulnerable. Medically, we are working through those challenges in front of us, but financially, we were struggling to balance and prepare for what is ahead. We simply could not prepare for this moving target. The Life Settlement options that you helped to communicate, the care and concern you showed for my family during the process, and the follow up that you have provided to assure all things moved smoothly is nothing less than professional. While we may never meet, I will always consider you a friend for what you have done for my family during this time.
Many, many thanks.
If you have any questions related to a life settlement or viatical, Settlement Benefits Association, and specifically Noam Weiss is the place to turn for reliable, honest answers.
Noam and everyone there was very helpful, professional and diligent in working through all of the questions and challenges I encountered throughout the process. Noam specifically went well out of his way to help resolve potential roadblocks I needed help with and was always quick to respond to me via phone or e-mail. He continued to be responsive and extremely helpful throughout the entire process, including personally verifying that the funds had been deposited into my account as promised.
I was so grateful for all of his compassion, knowledge, sincerity and kindness, and would not hesitate to do business with him and Settlement Benefits Association again, or highly recommend them to anyone who may have questions regarding a life settlement.
I thoroughly enjoyed working with Noam, Adam, and your entire staff at Settlement Benefits Association. Everyone was truly in tune with my needs and very responsive to my communication, be it a phone call, e-mail or fax. If there was one thing I could point out that really impressed me about Settlement Benefits Association, it would be the attention to personal needs. Noam represents a unique combination of compassion for the client and expertise in his industry, and passion for what he does. He helped me achieve a settlement that most would have given up on. He was like a family member with unconditional concern and a desire to make me feel at peace.
I am very pleased with Settlement Benefits Association and their integrity. I highly recommend doing business with Settlement Benefits Association and Noam Weiss for all of your life settlement / viatical needs. You all were more than gracious, thoughtful, professional and honest throughout the entire process.
I wanted to send you a brief thank you for all the effort you and your staff put into my life settlement process. Just the amount of work involved to get my medical records would have been, for me, almost overwhelming and I am so very glad to have had that task completed by your knowledgeable company. While I knew the process would be a lengthy one, it was almost painless with your help. I, again, thank you very much and wish you and yours all the best.
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