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Last Post 01/05/2011 9:14 AM by  admin
How do I get my current NFIP Number or License
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01/05/2011 9:11 AM

     This was posted in another thread and we tried to move it but it didn't and the post was lost.

     

    The post made by Freebob was a question about printing or getting a copy of the current NFIP Card

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    01/05/2011 9:14 AM

    The below comes from the NFIP website;

     

    How can I get a current year ID card?

    For assistance with your ID card or certification application, contact NFIP iServices at iService_Claims@ostglobal.com or (301)386-6356.

    The below comes from the WYO Bulletin w-10009 (2/11/2010)

    "Once the application has been reviewed, approved applicants will receive an FCN card. In other cases, a letter will be sent to the applicant with an explanation in regards to the next steps. All questions regarding adjuster certification should be directed to the iService_claims@ostglobal.com e-mail account."

     

     

     

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