“Hello, this is NAR health and fitness insurance policies calling.” No – it’s not. NAR has acquired fraud reports from customers indicating a robocaller has been asking for private facts.
CHICAGO – If you receive a cell phone call or textual content saying to be from “NAR health and fitness insurance policies,” it’s fraud, according to a warning printed by the National Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR claims it acquired a quantity of member reports about unsolicited robocalls that assert to depict “NAR health and fitness insurance policies.” It reminds customers that mysterious callers depict a fraud risk, even if they assert to depict a responsible source – which is lots of instances the cause they do it. In accordance to NAR, Realtors who receive these requests should be vigilant and not answer.
“The association won’t make unsolicited calls to enroll you in an insurance policies system or or else solicit your private facts,” NAR claims.
To check out the legitimacy of a interaction or ask for from NAR, customers should make contact with NAR’s Member Aid team at 800-874-6500 or NAR via live chat or electronic mail.
NAR does supply insurance policies courses to customers, even so. Realtors can understand about them by means of the Realtor Positive aspects Application and Realtors Insurance plan Marketplace.
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