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Last Post 07/04/2010 8:27 PM by  Ol' Ghost
Practice
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Ray Hall
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07/02/2010 10:11 AM
    Lots of new people could get hooked up on their first storm, if they can write an estimate. Use your own house. Your house and all the contents was blown off the foundation by a tornado. Total destruction on a HO-3. Estimate by using the 30 day xmate program and send to ever vendor on this site. If you can do that you will stand out.......... IF YOU CAN NOT DO THIS, you are not qualified to be called. It may take 2-3 weeks to get it right, but its at your own speed. Learn xmate first, OR do the estimate by long hand an a adding machine, with a caption report in word. This is not required to get a license, BUT it is required to get a catastrophe adjusters job.No trainee adjusters jobs, except insurance companies.
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    swink_d
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    07/02/2010 3:36 PM
    Thats pretty good advice : )
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    CLUCAS
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    07/02/2010 4:34 PM
    That's sound advice...thanks.
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    descher
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    07/04/2010 1:00 PM
    Send all practice files to Ray Hall. Unless of course, you know an experienced file examiner who can tell you if you did well or not:)
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    Ol' Ghost
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    07/04/2010 8:27 PM
    At a rate of $400.00/day with a 5 day minimum.

    If Ray Hall can charge for training, so can I.
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