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Last Post 09/11/2008 1:00 AM by  Ray Hall
Anyone has XM* 25.1 and wants to do some data entry
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swink_d
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09/07/2008 12:04 AM

    Then email  the XMB claim file

    Just the data entry.

     

    I will forward your contact info and how much you want per file  to some people looking

    lajones710
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    09/09/2008 1:13 AM

    I'm up for that.  I just re-subscribed to XM 25 and would be happy to do data entry for folks.  I'm currently in the Baton Rouge area writing claims for pretty much the remainder of this week (9/8-9/12) I'm guessing and will then be returning home to Dallas, at which point I should be available for data entry work.

    Rates may be negotiable depending on the amount of data, but approx $50 per claim would be a starting point for me to work from.

    Have anyone who needs help contact me at:  adjuster_jones@yahoo.com

    Many Thanks!

    dnjsdad
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    09/09/2008 10:24 AM

    Hey Im game for data entry of claims. 

    KelliLara
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    09/09/2008 10:58 AM

    I am very interested in the data entry into Xactimate.

    swink_d
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    09/09/2008 9:00 PM
    Posted By Laura Jones on 09/09/2008 1:13 AM

    I'm up for that.  I just re-subscribed to XM 25 and would be happy to do data entry for folks.  I'm currently in the Baton Rouge area writing claims for pretty much the remainder of this week (9/8-9/12) I'm guessing and will then be returning home to Dallas, at which point I should be available for data entry work.

    Rates may be negotiable depending on the amount of data, but approx $50 per claim would be a starting point for me to work from.

    Have anyone who needs help contact me at:  adjuster_jones@yahoo.com

    Many Thanks!

     

     

    I think your off base on what you want.  I think 5 bucks per file is in line for entering NOL info

    But thats my Opinion

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    swink_d
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    09/09/2008 9:05 PM

    Got this VIA PM

    My email is xxxxxxxx@xxxxx we charge 20% for full report or $125 for basic data entry.

    Geez I am gonna get out of adjusting and do data entry.

     

    Folks

     

    someone asked if I knew anyone that would enter in the NOL info and send to an adjuster, so I asked  but these prices, Noone will want this at

    50 per claim   ......125 per claim????

     

    LOL

     

    HuskerCat
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    09/09/2008 11:28 PM

    If you don't know the person doing it for you, and you don't know their reliability...any price may be too much.   Comes down to one's comfort level, I suppose.  Personally, I'd have a real hard time because I'd probably spend as much time double-checking the paperwork compared to having done it myself the first time thru.  Have to admit though, it can be a winner if you have a good teammate and are on the same page.    

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    09/10/2008 11:19 AM
    A "winner" perhaps but where should those figures really fall? There is quite difference between $50 and $125. There must be some kind of accepted parameters for this kind of work, or is it really just what someone is willing to pay or accept?
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    09/10/2008 11:25 PM
    Posted By David Nance 
    ...There must be some kind of accepted parameters for this kind of work...

    Most adjusters do their own inspections, write their own estimates based upon what they see with their own eyes. That is what you would want to have happen if it was your house that was damaged.

    Filling in the name, address, claim # is not the bottleneck, and with some carriers is an automatic "admin download" that fills in that info automatically.

    Bob H
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    09/11/2008 1:00 AM

    I am of the opine, Power Claim, Simsol and Entergra can be taught to a person with medium computer skills in less than one day. The person who taught the new person could iron out all the kinks in 2 days and after 3 days the paper would really flow. The "doctor" and the doctors assistant could close some files. *** xmate, excepted.

    Now the assistant is paid about what a good assistant is paid in any business and it is sure is not 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 1/5  of what the adjuster makes because it takes a real adjuster five years to get to this point.$25.00 per hour is fair.but an hourly wage of $25. Get local people who live in the city and you can find very good helpers for this wage.

    You do not need someone who wants to be an adjuster, just any good worker will do. I pay people $12.00 per hour to make appointments and write up log notes, and most are night clerks at the motel.

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