“Hello, this is NAR health and fitness insurance coverage contacting.” No – it is not. NAR has obtained fraud stories from members stating a robocaller has been inquiring for private data.
CHICAGO – If you obtain a cellphone connect with or text proclaiming to be from “NAR health and fitness insurance coverage,” it is fraud, in accordance to a warning posted by the National Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR claims it obtained a quantity of member stories about unsolicited robocalls that declare to characterize “NAR health and fitness insurance coverage.” It reminds members that unfamiliar callers characterize a fraud chance, even if they declare to characterize a reputable resource – which is many instances the cause they do it. According to NAR, Realtors who obtain these requests should be vigilant and not respond.
“The association won’t make unsolicited phone calls to enroll you in an insurance coverage application or normally solicit your private data,” NAR claims.
To check out the legitimacy of a interaction or ask for from NAR, members should get in touch with NAR’s Member Guidance workforce at 800-874-6500 or NAR through stay chat or email.
NAR does supply insurance coverage applications to members, nevertheless. Realtors can study about them by way of the Real estate agent Gains System and Realtors Insurance Marketplace.
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