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Last Post 09/23/2010 9:55 PM by  Ray Hall
Who changed the Forum Board
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WILLIS
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09/22/2010 2:18 PM

    Your Forum has lost a few headings to include  "Storms"     "Tools of the Trade"   It seems after some heated exchanges in the past few days those among others were eliminated  or  at least  I cannot open them.  It now seems only a few "old timers" are the only ones posting much.

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    Goldust
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    09/23/2010 3:35 AM

    hey willis,

     61 is not old.   LOL

    jerry Taylor

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    sb
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    09/23/2010 9:01 AM

    I've asked the same question and even sent an email to to the Admin here asking the same question.....Seems as if many were locked out without an explanation.  

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    Ol' Ghost
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    09/23/2010 9:16 AM
    Neither is 59 years, you little whippersnapper!

    Ol' Ghost
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    host
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    09/23/2010 9:45 AM

    The Who - Is me

    The forums have been moved to the Adjuster's Den, anonymous posting is not allowed in the den and verification is required to prevent anonymous user access.

    We may move some of the topics back to the General Area.

    We may provide an application to the Den that can be completed for  the verification process and an as a confirmation that the user agrees to abide by the Terms of Use, I suggest all users review the section under "USE OF COMMUNICATION SERVICES". 

    Willis your access has been updated based on your Roster Listing.

     We do not mind heated debates or exchanges, we don't like see and will not allow name calling or threats in forum posts.  The name calling and the threats against other users have been on the increase in the forums mostly by anonymous users and that's why the open forums are now moderated.  However, not all post are moderated.  The moderation is based on a "trust" level, the trust level is based on posting history.

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    sb
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    09/23/2010 10:18 AM
    Host,

    Appreciate the explanation.
    But, since you now have private forums at least we know it's not operator error. As I sent an email inquiring as to the "why" over two days ago and still no response. Even though I have registered here I do know what the "Adjuster's Den" is.....Most of us I believe come here just to keep in touch somewhat with the ins and outs of this industry especially in the slower times...

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    Goldust
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    09/23/2010 10:28 AM

    Hey Ghost you are close to being able to pull out your retirement without a penalty when you get to 59 1/2.

    Don't be like me and have it already spent in the first year because of this new "CHANGE," we are experiencing.

    i have some of my friends ask me if I retired .I tell them no I am just tired. LOL

     I hope someone hires me pretty quick because the golden years are so far more like copper.

     I told my wife If she would get one more job I think we could do pretty good.

    I am now doing all the housework and all the errands. GEEEEZZZ I need a job quick !!

       Maybe I should start a school for New adjusters there seems to be a need for that!   NOT!!!!!

     I asked one deployment person of one of the vendors if they needed a janitor. She laughed so hard .Then said NO! it had already been filled.

       I have been eyeing that greeter job at Walmart but it would put my wife & I in a different tax bracket. You know the one that takes you off unemployment and food stamps.

    JERRY TAYLOR
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    ChuckDeaton
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    09/23/2010 11:26 AM
    A young 64 formulating a new 5 year plan moving toward 77. Living a productive life.
    "Prattling on and on about being an ass with experience doesn't make someone experienced. It just makes you an ass." Rod Buvens, Pilot grunt
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    ChuckDeaton
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    09/23/2010 11:34 AM
    Unfortunately many of the posts have to do, not with situations encountered in claims handling and methods, but how to become a claims adjuster initially. Then we had those that were overtly advertising their wares and touting their abilities and those that are just generally cursing the light.

    My thanks, Roy, for cleaning up!

    "Prattling on and on about being an ass with experience doesn't make someone experienced. It just makes you an ass." Rod Buvens, Pilot grunt
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    Leland
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    09/23/2010 12:59 PM
    Am I ostracized? If I violated any rules I apologize. I know not everyone likes me but can I be allowed into the den?
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    Goldust
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    09/23/2010 1:40 PM

    Leland,

    You will have to pass an epic Blood screening, and you will also have to go thru  the security gates at Laguardia. Then 60 days on just vegetables and no alcohol of any kind. If you make it to that point then you go before a board of your peers . Give us your credit card number and date of expiration,

    You and Ray must go to dinner together then the movie SHREK2, ending the evening with a secret handshake that only is used in Arkansas.

    Then you will be entered into the hall of the adjuster's den. Oh the same criteria is mandatory for you to be able to come hunting in Montana.

    have a good day guy, gotta get busy on the honey do list for today!!!

    JERRY TAYLOR
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    host
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    09/23/2010 3:17 PM

    SB, sorry about not getting to the support email. I sometimes get behind on the CADO email while on assignments, got to take care of the claims.

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    sb
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    09/23/2010 3:37 PM
    Host,

    Claims should come first.....but thank you for acknowledging my post.
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    WILLIS
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    09/23/2010 4:58 PM

    Jerry and Gold,   Thanks for the response guys    Yep I guess we all qualify as "old timers"  worse  Neanderthals  At least we can honestly say we know what to do should the opportunity present itselt. 

    If we don't start having more storms like all the experts predict we are all going to be Newbies once a storm hits trying to remember what we did that worked in 2004 / 2005

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    Ray Hall
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    09/23/2010 9:55 PM

    I have been posting for many years. I want any person who has read a post of mine, that is not best practice. Please cut and paste it and see if I will be able to keep trying to post good info for new people.

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