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We have reviewed your submission and our records show you have not submitted the required proof of recent flood insurance training to complete your registration in the Agent Referral Program.

Registered FloodSmart referral agents must have completed two hours of flood insurance training within the past two years. Please upload, email, or fax us a copy of your most recent flood insurance training certificate showing:

  • Your name
  • Name of the course
  • Date you completed the course
  • Length of course

Once we have verified your documentation, your profile will be activated.


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Recent rainstorms have caused flooding in and around the Gulf Coast. Make sure you're ready to help your clients through the claims process.

Coverage for 7,300 GFIP Certificate holders in New York and New Jersey expired on December 29, 2015. Use this letter to contact prospective clients and ensure they're covered.

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