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FAQ

 

How do I find my adjuster?  

 

Finding your adjuster is fast and easy.  Go to either the home or search pages insert your adjuster's Name or ID Number in the first search box and your ZIP CODE in the second then hit the search button.  Your adjusters name should appear in the results page when it opens.  Select your adjuster from the list and view his or her information.

(NOTE: Non USA visitors will need to use 11111 as their ZIP CODE)

 

I tried looking for my adjuster by name and I can't find him/her in the list.  What should I do?

 

It is possible that your adjuster has not created a profile on SeeYourAdjuster.com.  Please contact your adjuster and ask for his/her SeeYourAdjuster.com identification number.  If they say they do not have a profile on SeeYourAdjuster.com ask them to please create one.  It only takes a few minutes for them to create their profile and, as soon as they create one, you can see them and review their info.

 

I tried to register but never received my conformation email.  What should I do?

 

Please check your "Junk Mail" folder.  Your junk mail filter may not have recognized the sender and may have put the conformation email in the Junk Mail.  If it is not in there, send us an email, we will be more than happy to help.

 

I'm and Independent Adjuster and I have been in the business for years.  I have never been refused access to a policyholder's home.  Why should I register at SeeYourAdjuster.com?

 

This is really a three part question.  We will answer all three parts.

 

1) This site really is not about you or your ability to get into the policyholder's home.  This site was built to enhance the policyholder's claims experience.  We have said this many times and will continue to do so.  The policyholder should not be subjected to waiting for a stranger to appear at their door.  This presents a safety issue that is easily resolved by your posting your picture on your profile and then allowing the policyholder access to that profile.  

 

2) They should also know that you are qualified to adjust their claim.  Providing them with access to your resume or the introduction BIO will give them some comfort in knowing how you were trained and that your are qualified.

 

3) Policyholders should be given access to you by all means possible.  Your profile information should include all of your contact information including your office phone number, cell phone number, fax number and email address.  (You should not provide your home address.)  Sending the policyholder to SeeYourAdjuster.com to view your profile provides all of this information and more.

 

 

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