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Fighting 1st Party Claim Avoidance

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Not being positioned to get the incoming 1 st party claims is the usual first problem. Self-imposed avoidance of specific 1 st party claims is the next. Saying that you do not know how to get in a position to get the specific incoming claims is the third strike. Because most people are not in a mutual handling agreement for their claims and suggestions. Too many incoming 1 st party claims are not being handled without best practices. So today we are seeking to expand the Intellectual Property Rights of 1st Party Claim Providers. Citing that Intellectual property (IP) is a legal term that refers to creations of the mind. Examples of intellectual property include words, phrases, symbols, designs etc... The intellectual property found in words from first-hand experience encourages thought analysis, which inspires innovation to perspective. The Copyright does not cover ideas and information themselves; but it does cover the form or way they are expressed. Mate3.com networking is a way t

The 3 Levels To Empower 1st Party Claims

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Level one  is to set the value, rules, and requirement to have the 1 st  party claims and suggestions.  Level two  is the ability to set the policies that help you track, audit and identify where and when your 1st party claim is being used, misdirected or stolen.  Level three  is having the means to subject the violators of level one or two to appear in court, show cause and be liable for damages. 

We Help 1st Party Claims Early

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What We Do For Our Members & You The Client We provide receiving, formatting and shipping services for their 1st party answers to 3 questions, 24/7. An information drop box that starts best practices for handling 1st party claims. We Encourage Everyone To Participate Join us in receiving and maintaining a registry of those wanting to receive specific types of 1st party claims. We also provide tracking of the claims that our members and clients submit. Who Wants To Know The Incoming 1st Party Claims? Problem solvers, organizers, managers, public administrators, advocates, representatives, activist, previous victims and potential impacted. Every 1st Party Claim Matters We are inviting each individual to join us in a mutual agreement to tell or receive specific 1st party claims. This mutual approach adds an added-empowerment option for connecting, formatting, warehousing and shipping each incoming 1st party claim. The Mission Of Mate3.com  Our mission is to get mutual agreements and p

Driving The 1st Party Claim Empowerment Movement

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We all should have the practice of making mutual agreements that are also partnerships. This movement is offering a mutual agreement to empower all incoming 1 st party claims. This movement is standing for being organized with written rules for being an empowerment partner. This movement is a partner that is putting itself on the hook to help receive, format, ship and follow each 1 st party claim. This movement is offering to defend agreements for handling incoming 1 st party claims of experience. You and I can self-empower by agreeing or pledging to add our 1 st party claims of experience.

Pooling 1st Party Claims Of Experience

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Here is why pooling the incoming 1 st party claims is essential. The opportunity to review and make discoveries of what to believe has become a preferred step to find truth. The process for defining problems and selecting solutions becomes a question of the sources used. Bringing together the 1 st party claims for consideration of the options is already a practice. Bringing together more 1 st party witness grade claims is simultaneously increasing individual engagement. The type of communication that creates the most engagement and credibility is naturally the better type. Adjusting our methods to be more open, transparent and user focused are making the most gains, and is the most engaging type. Rewriting our mutual agreement to have organized communication on the frontend has become the lynchpin action. Moving away from a place that overly depends on trusting strangers is the reason for change. Improving the options for those seeking change, redress, and opportunity, means having

Making A 1st Party Claim Based Agenda

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The agenda making  starts  from Step-1 which is the point of making a 1 st  party claim or sharing an experience. The mate3.com method opens full inclusiveness for finding and defining problems and selecting solutions. This method adds a transparent continuum to what is claimed, acknowledged, stored and shipped.   Step-2  Organize and aggregate the collected 1st party claims for connecting with first step organizing, advocates, databases and others that have similar experiences and claims. Step-3  Have the 1st party claims of experience collected, and have the claims ready to share on request.  Step-4  Invite others to contribute their 1st party claims to mate3.com networking. By raising the value of the 1 st  party claims we create a margin of empowerment for the average person.  Step-5  We simultaneously recruit individuals to initiate 1 st  party experience based advocacy, activism and volunteerism. 

Psychological Safety & 1st Party Claims

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Karen is a former soldier and victim of sexual assault. She recalled the anxiety and self-doubt that manifested as she considered reporting her sexual assault. From intimidations to missing paperwork and bad customer service. So many have been forced to let their claims go poorly handled and stored. The access and tools we have today, make receiving 1st party claims for formatting much easier. Many times, its victims and potential victims that need to make connection with authorities and advocates. Most of us agree to share our experiences to help enlighten or educate the rest of us. You and I can make a difference by applying best practices in receiving, storing, referring, and presenting 1st party claims. Once claims are formatted, they can be connected. Having a choice among acceptable receivers of our 1st party claims offers the best options for psychological safety. Direct reporting from litigants after court appearances. Direct reporting from civilians after police contacts. The