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jlatarewicz
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10/13/2011 7:18 PM

    I just finished writing 200 + Xactimate  estimates for a adjuster working Hurricane Irene claims in Va. and 56 claims in Nashville, Tn.. If you need someone to write for you please email me..If you are interested I am available.      jacek_xactimate@yahoo.com

     

     

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    10/13/2011 9:39 PM
    Don't plan on anyone jumping all over this and getting in line.  If you did 200 for 1 field adjuster, it starts throwing up a few flares.  And until that is verified, and until those 200 estimates are confirmed accurate and acceptable.......no one, but no one, can take this seriously...yet.    
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    10/13/2011 11:36 PM
    Posted By Jacek on 13 Oct 2011 07:18 PM

    I just finished writing 200 + Xactimate  estimates for a adjuster working Hurricane Irene claims in Va. and 56 claims in Nashville, Tn.. If you need someone to write for you please email me..If you are interested I am available.      jacek_xactimate@yahoo.com

     

    Jacek,

    Whilst you may indeed be the Michael Jordan of XM8 (I have no idea if you are or not), basic website etiquette when you are a guest on someone else's website:

    Rule #1

    You do NOT advertise ANY for profit enterprize (at NO cost) through that site's Forums. To be able to write multiple XM8 estimates with great confidence (as it appears you do) requires one to pay great attention to detail.

    So with that same mindset, it would seem that you are... in fact aware of the multiple banner ads  that grace each and every page here on CADO. Furthermore, you would see that OTHER scope writer type businesses are advertising here on CADO via a PAID 30 day banner ad slot.

    Once again you may indeed be excellent at what you do, but you MUST pay just as all your competitor's are required to do.

    Good luck with your future and as many adjusters are brand new, you may indeed have a good thing going.

     

    Robby Robinson  



    "A good leader leads..... ..... but a great leader is followed !!" CatAdjusterX@gmail.com
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    12/17/2012 8:41 PM

    I have been in this business for too long to believe that this guy just wrote 200 for an adjuster, well let me tell you. I write at a pace, estimate by estimate take my time to do the job right and accurate always thinking that what i write is not going to be in a court of law and is fair.. 200 estimates ok. good for you, but how many do you have tuen down or sent back. I can tell you about my experience, I dont want volume I want a steady pace, something real and work that I can feel proud of what I am doing is the right thing and at the same time I am making a killing. My friend 200 estimates maybe in a year because i have few clients adjusters that give me work, and actually sometimes I am just like please stop I am busy not this week, and I am making decent money not a millionaire but good money a steady pace is  my best friend and a good estimate my letter of recomendation, so ok 200 estimates good for you, but think about it, I have not had a turn back estimate for the past 5 years and I have not have any problems because myt cases I take them seriously on a one by one basis, so what to believe I dont know but if you want a good estimate reputable and done right the first time, then you know what to do. 200 a mont or 1 well done you decide.

     

    Noel Echevarria

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