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Last Post 09/07/2009 1:01 PM by  Blitanicle99
Used to work for the roofing companies, now I am here
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09/07/2009 1:01 PM

    So I am a young guy, just getting my licensing here in GA.

    For the past 2 years I have been working with the roofing companies here in GA. First, I was selling for Kaiser... not to bad. Good guys, actually out there to do a good job and not scam people... And then I got an offer to run the production of an another roofing company, was kind of sketchy but hell I couldn't compain, I was 21 years old making 40k a year and still in college!

    Anyways, so this new sketch company ended up being quite un professional, I saw how many people they screwed over and lied to and got really tired of it. Long story short, me and this particular company are going to court in the next few weeks because they owe me a months pay and expenses. This has kind of steered my away from working with another company. I know the roofing industry pretty well, but seems like a good time to move to something else.

     

    Anyways, found an ad on the local craigslist for some classes to get my adjusters license... talked to the guy for about an hour on the phone and committed to do this. I have actually wanted to be an adjuster for awhile and finally have the oppertunity to do so. My classes are this weekend in Lawrenceville GA.

     

    But yeah, just wanted to introduce myself... I have probably met most of you GA adjusters before... I used to make 5-6 adjuster appoints a day all over GA... So you've probably seen my big lifted grey F350 with the brush guard, that was me. Most of my jobs I manageed were in Fayetteville, Douglasville and Dallas.

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