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23 Jun 2016

New Accounts

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*Membership to this website is Private. Once your account information has been submitted, the Website Administrator will be notified and your application will be subjected to a screening procedure. If your application is authorized, you will receive notification of your access to the website environment. All fields marked with a red asterisk are required. - (Note: - Registration may take several seconds. Once you click the Register button please wait until the system responds.)


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17 Jun 2016

Password Reset

I have noticed some password reset errors.  Most of these errors have happened because the user was trying to reset their password and entered their "email address" in the username box.  You must enter your username and not your email address unless your email address is your user name. If the username is correct an email will be sent to the email address connected to the user account and when you click the link in the email you will be sent to a page on CADO to create a new password. 

 

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22 Jan 2016

Have Questions about using the CADO Site?

Have a questions about how to do something on CADO and can't find the answer? 
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21 Jan 2016

Important Things to Know about your CADO user account.

  • Your user profile is not connected to the Adjuster Roster, so if you wish to be listed on the Roster you will need to add your name to the Roster.  
  • If you have a Roster Profile and wish to update it you will need to use the same "CADO User Account" that you logged in with when you added your Roster Profile, a new account will not give you access to anything added with an old account.
  • Removing your "CADO User Account" DOES NOT remove your Roster profile. If you need to remove your Roster Profile please contact us.
  • A login for CatAdjuster.org does not give you access to the Classifieds.  If you wish to post ads in the Classifieds you will need an account for the Classifieds. Please see the Classifieds for additional information.
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21 Jan 2016

Banner Advertisement on CADO

Banner ads appear at or near the top of most of the pages on both the CatAdjuster.org and CatAdjuster.net websites.

We provide space for any size banner up to 728 px wide and up to 117 px high and this is the most common size.  

  • You provide the banner
  • You provide a link to the web page you want the visitor to go to when they click on the banner
  • If you provide your username you will also get access to your banner stats
  • Animated banners accepted
  • Flash is not Accepted 
  • Price is $75.00 per month per single banner slot.  

What is a Slot?

A slot is the container that the banner you provide is place in for displaying.

Each  slot contains one banner, the more slots you purchase for the banner the more impression the banner will receive.   Each slot is equally displayed. In other words each slot receives the same number of impressions. For example once Slot 1 is displayed it moves down to the bottom of the rotation until each slot above it is displayed.

Click here for more information and to purchase banner ad space.

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21 Jan 2016

The National Adjuster Roster

Adjusters can use the National Adjuster Roster as a way to promote their experience. The Roster is for all adjusters. The Roster allows adjusters to inform potential employers about their qualifications.  


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9 Apr 2015

Tips on Locating Your Roster Listing

Tips on Locating Your Roster Listing
Having trouble locating your Roster listing?

Well here are a few ways to find it.

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