David Wynn the founder of Apple Tree Funding is reaching out on Indiegogo with a crowdfunding campaign. The goal is to raise $150,000; the amount is one where Apple Tree Funding can help 100 people from the support of everyone. Since their inception in 2012 Apple Tree Funding has been rated as an A+ company by the Better Business Bureau. The company has earned this rating for being complaint free by those that they help. Apple Tree Funding helps out by sending out money quickly to those that are waiting for their settlements so they can keep bills paid and food on the table.
David Wynn is the founder of Apple Tree Funding, and has worked hard to form a strong team. Some of the best there is as he credits on his team is John Svolos, he is the Chief Financial Officer. He has experience managing fortune 100 companies, including JP Morgan, and Bank of America working in their wealth management department. Apple Tree Funding also has a strong lead attorney in Jonathan Dailey. He reviews all personal injury cases for Apple Tree Funding and for David Wynn. Mr. Dailey is licensed in three states including the Supreme Court. When people come to Apple Tree Funding they also gain his 21 years in experience which is often invaluable as it helps people know their own legal rights. The combination of the three allows support in many different ways, from financial advice, to sharing rights that you have.
The aid of a fast $1,500 means a lot to a person, it allows a person to pay bills like their rent or be able to afford food to eat while a person waits for their claim to be processed. These are people that have been hurt and unable to work; some cannot even move making life very hard on them. Without help people that are injured often loose the necessities of life, they often get evicted, loose children sometimes to foster care, and countless more happens as it is recorded on your financial record as well. This destroys peoples credit scores even if they were highly rated causing serious long term harm, even if they do heal and can get back into the work force.
One of the things anyone can do to find just how helpful David Wynn and Apple Tree Funding are is this. Imagine that you are in an accident and are injured seriously unable to work. What will you do? Who can you go to for help? Are you financially secure to be able to wait for the insurance company to work through the claims, as well as the insurance company if there is one for the person that caused the accident? This is why Apple Tree Funding plans to continue to reach out for help yearly with the same goal, to help crowdfund to help 100 people out each year in this method, or more. Everything that is made does go to helping others and not to places that are not mentioned.
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