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Little bit of advice

I am seeking a little bit of advice from some experienced adjusters. I currently sell Cadillacs and Hummers as everyone prolly knows the car business has not been the best. I have several friends that are adjusters and have done very well for themselves. I am wanting to know what is the best way for me to get into the business. I live in mobile al, and pilot is stationed here but you have to go through an evalution process to even be considered for employment. I am currently looking at several all lines online courses. Does anyone suggest a good company to get licensed with? I think the one I have been looking at is 1st choice training. I am not really looking to make a career out of this as of right now, but I have hear the success stories of people including my friends working these big storm and making a lot of money. I am very interested in doing this to pay off some debt. Does anyone suggest a good way of doing this for this storm season. I could have gone last year w/out a license for Gustav but i did not want to go unexperienced. Any advice would be appreciated.
 
Thanks,
David Lyon

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