“Hello, this is NAR wellbeing insurance policy contacting.” No – it is not. NAR has been given fraud reports from customers indicating a robocaller has been inquiring for individual information and facts.
CHICAGO – If you acquire a cellphone contact or textual content boasting to be from “NAR wellbeing insurance policy,” it is fraud, in accordance to a warning released by the Nationwide Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR states it been given a number of member reports about unsolicited robocalls that claim to symbolize “NAR wellbeing insurance policy.” It reminds customers that unidentified callers symbolize a fraud risk, even if they claim to symbolize a reputable resource – which is many periods the cause they do it. In accordance to NAR, Realtors who acquire these requests should really be vigilant and not answer.
“The association will not make unsolicited phone calls to enroll you in an insurance policy application or or else solicit your individual information and facts,” NAR states.
To examine the legitimacy of a conversation or ask for from NAR, customers should really speak to NAR’s Member Assistance workforce at 800-874-6500 or NAR by means of live chat or electronic mail.
NAR does supply insurance policy applications to customers, nevertheless. Realtors can find out about them by the Real estate agent Positive aspects Program and Realtors Coverage Market.
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