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Planned Sharing Of 1st Party Claims

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The room was filled with the curious and the stillness of anticipation was in full effect. They were in the room to learn more about the mate3.com future share project. As many of these young students in attendance already knew; they were about to be given a brand new asset. The original “Future Share” project started in 2007. The project schedules introduction’s and check in’s for the future share participants. These participants like those before them are being offered an agreement in advance. An agreement to share their 1st party experiences with mate3.com; in return we commit & set aside resources. The benefits are to empower their voice to directly impact the greatest number; for the maximum reward. Learn more about this and similar projects that I manage.

We’ll Help You Submit 1st Party Claims

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Not knowing the procedures or amount of time for follow up has discouraged lots of people from sharing their experiences. We’re making it easier by providing assistance. We want to help you with the preparation of your complaints and concerns for before submission. We’re willing to help you with wording and collection of supporting inputs when needed. The submissions can be made to public administrators, advocates and problem solvers. For more information email mate3@mate3.com or voicemail 313 742-6018.

Get Investigation Assistance For 1st Party Claims

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Have you looked everywhere and willing to get a 2nd evaluation? We offer a 2nd evaluation of the uses for your 1st party experiences and claims. Contact us for a mate3.com assisted search and investigation. We’ll help to uncover any missed value or opportunities. We use mate3.com networking to search systems, affiliated databases and individual input collectors. Since trust is important to us we offer a tracking report on the chain of custody, distribution and follow up; tracking report may include additional charges. Try mate3.com networking by simply answering 3 questions. When we receive your answers to 1, 2 or all 3 of our questions; we start investigation assistance. We’ll seek the best first steps toward problem solving, advocacy and direct action. We can alert and invite others that have a history of association with advocating around your type of 1st party claim(s). We will also start a search for those that have had the same or similar experience. No in person meetings necess…

Do You Know The Incoming 1st Party Claims?

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1st party claims are very much a part of our future as a democracy. Not long ago you could simply say I hadn’t heard about the 1st party claims. But today that simple answer only means you didn’t try or have need. Now with more points to collect actual 1st party input on almost everything; times have changed. Mate3.com has become a broker and collector of 1st party claims in their original context. In addition we’ve developed various best practices for handling incoming 1st party claims. Since our start we’ve become more adept at how incoming 1st party claims should be handled, and to what end. We can now help you on the journey to having a policy-set for handling incoming 1st party claims. There are hundreds of uses for organized claims from those with the actual experience. Mining for the value in narratological components is not hard when you know how to do it. Contact us to be your partner in readiness for handling incoming 1st party claims.

Best Policies Regarding 1st Party Claims

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5 First Strike Moves That Favor The 1st Parties: (1) Start with mutually agreed exchanges of 1st party claims on agreed topics. (2) Insist that your 1st party claims are collected, stored, valued and considered for defining, and solving your problems. (3) Insist that your input collectors be registered so they can be found when needed. (4) Insist on oversight at checkpoints to validate the sources and types of incoming 1st party claims. (5) Make policies on transparency to monitor the chain of command of your 1st party claims.
You Want These 5 Guarantees For Your Input: (1) Your 1st party input must be accepted and acknowledged upon arrival. (2) Your 1st party claim must be compared to other received 1st party input. (3) Your 1st party claim must be matched and shared with others taking the lead on solving the indicated problem. (4) Your 1st party claim must be matched with available resources that can support the individual activism of the 1st parties. (5) Your 1st party claim must be stored…

Who's Managing Your Personal Claims & Feedback?

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We give the greatest contribution when we share our 1st party experiences and claims. Agreeing to share our feedback, claims and suggestions to define and solve problems is valuable. It’s the single most important narratological contribution we can give. When we use mate3.com networking to make that contribution, we create a layer of added protection, resources and empowerment. By using mutually agreed policies on the frontend, we can also use the most validated practices. Were able to be more precise in the investigation and advocacy assistance we provide to each incoming 1st party claim. Because of our mutual agreement, each 1st party input has maximum value and a longer life. Our agreement to organize around the incoming 1st party claims; not issues; gives importance to the impacted parties. You can expect to receive a first step organizing response, tracking and networking when your input comes to mate3@mate3.com

Ownership In Storing 1st Party Claims Of Experience

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This is how it works; each one owns a share of the mate3.com communication system. Everyone is also an owner and supplier with rights when sharing their 1st party input for inventory. The inventory is our collected 1st party narratives in their original context. The inventory is obtained by mutual agreement for the purpose of continued use. In exchange for the inventory of 1st party input; the providers get the maximum cash value and various benefits. Contact us if you want more information.