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Last Post 08/20/2010 10:59 AM by  ddreisbach
Help with nationwide certification
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blackwater1
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08/18/2010 4:08 PM
     
    can anyone help me out and tell me how to get different certifications and where i need to go to do this. particularly interested in nationwide, usaa, citizens, etc. i am looking to broaden my horizons and increase my chances of deployment. thanks in advance.
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    CatAdjusterX
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    08/18/2010 10:27 PM
    Hello Mr. Xe
     
    This is the best piece of advice you will ever get from the get go, PERIOD !!!!
     
    Every single name you spoke of that your looking for, put a www. in front of it and put a .com behind it, spend one week obtaining the info your looking for and at the end of that week respond back to this thread and tell us what you still need help in.
     
    We will know if you put any effort in and if you did , I will help you the rest of your career, if you didn't and trust me , it is easy to know, you can look somewhere else to get spoonfed your info, got that troop ?
     
    October Xe bound
     
    Robby Robinson
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    ddreisbach
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    08/19/2010 11:03 AM
    Good advice, Robby!

    I'm continually amazed at the number of newbies that post questions here before making the slightest effort to find the answer on their own.

    Learn to use Google and the 'Search' function on this site. If you can't find what you need, then you can ask. No spoon feeding available here!

    David
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    blackwater1
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    08/19/2010 11:58 AM
    The thing is I have done this. I might be missing it, but I am one to actually search things for myself before asking. I have been signed up for a state farm cert. class in september, but can't seem to find anything on usaa and nationwide websites. I have also found the numerous approved companies for citizens that i will be contacting. Anyway, don't want to catagorized with all the other new people that are searching for hand outs, but i understand that there is certainly quite a few of those, and i also must pay my dues. I will continue to try and find this info but after contacting human resources at both nationwide and usaa and getting nowhere, I thought i would at least ask. thanks.
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    08/19/2010 4:37 PM
    First, you should focus on passing the State Farm cert.    It's not a given you will pass both tests. 
     
    Second, call the company/companies you are on the roster of and ask them what other certifications they offer.   I did this, and now I am in line for a Liberty Mutual cert. 
     
    Third, I believe that Nationwide and USAA require 2 to 3 years of experience to take their exams.  During a major storm, that rule may be waved, but not right now. 
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    ddreisbach
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    08/20/2010 10:59 AM
    Blackwater,

    What you have to do is reverse the search. Find out what vendors handle claims for Nationwide and USAA and get on their rosters. They will sponsor you in the certification process, like State Farm and Citizens

    David
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