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06/14/2012 7:09 AM

    Well, it seems I was approved to view the Adjusters Den, but only the topics. I am unable to view the content of any of the topics. Is this some sort of probationary teaser? Or, is it Google Chrome? (I do not think it is, as I can interact with other topics).

    Or, maybe I simply need to outwit my laptop..

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    06/18/2012 1:19 AM
    Posted By AcceleratedAdjuster on 14 Jun 2012 07:09 AM

    Well, it seems I was approved to view the Adjusters Den, but only the topics. I am unable to view the content of any of the topics. Is this some sort of probationary teaser? Or, is it Google Chrome? (I do not think it is, as I can interact with other topics).

    Or, maybe I simply need to outwit my laptop..

    Hello AA,

    In regard to having access to the "DEN", there is no probationary period of sorts. You are required to apply to gain access to the Adjuster's Den. A minimum requirement for said access is 5 years of adjusting experience. I don't know for certain if that  includes actually having Roy verify that experience (I don't remember if I had to prove the experience level or not as that was a few years ago when I applied for DEN access) But in any case, that is why you don't have ready access. I think there are roughly 21,000+ CADO members and of that, I believe the DEN to have a member base of around 150 CADO members. Not to say that only 150 CADO members have more than 5 years experience, I just assume that is merely the number that have applied for DEN access.

    With your psuedonym being Accelerated Adjuster, you may be a newly licensed claims professional but if you in fact got the time in, shoot Roy an email and come on in

     

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    06/18/2012 1:27 AM

    AA,

    hello again friend! Uhm , in my above comments, I mistakenly thought you to be a newly licensed adjuster. When I looked you up through your prior comment history, it appears that you have more than the commenserate experience level to participate in the DEN.

     

    Have a good day!

    "A good leader leads..... ..... but a great leader is followed !!" CatAdjusterX@gmail.com
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