Sorry JG, but your commercials are lame, and they went from bad to worse with the addition of subtitles. One has to figure that you had the subtitles added in because no one could understand the lyrics to your “magnum opus.”
The entire premise is lame. People riding on a bus singing an opera piece with a guy dressed as a viking is funny, but its seems to not really convey your message of getting an advance loan on a structured settlement.
I would die laughing at these commercials if it were 1983, I was sitting in my apartment with a beer in one hand and a bong in the other, but I am an old geezer now, too old to smoke weed and I don’t like to laugh out of fear of generating a heart attack or some other affliction. (Just kidding)
I have a better idea for a commercial JG, and if you like it you can use it free of charge.
The scene opens with a couple in their late forties or early fifties. They are pulling in a gas station in their car to fill up.
The camera flashes a close up of the gas pump where the pump displays the price per gallon as $18.99.9 cents a gallon.
Then JG, your voice comes under them as they are filling up their car and says “Have a structured settlement and need cash now? Call JG Wentworth.”
Just as you finish the sentence and phone number, the older couple’s car is full and the gas pump stops, the camera flashes back to the pump where it just cost the couple $647.00 to fill their tank.
It would be perfect. You can make it a series of commercials where the same couple go to the supermarket and buy a 40 dollar loaf of bread and a 80 dollar pack of bologna.
Just a thought. It would be closer to reality, because most of us are broke because of the incredibly high cost of living and the fact that we pay about half of what we earn in taxes.
Keep up the good work JG Wentworth. The commercials are funny, but confusing.