“Hello, this is NAR wellness insurance policy contacting.” No – it’s not. NAR has gained fraud reviews from associates stating a robocaller has been inquiring for particular data.
CHICAGO – If you acquire a mobile phone call or textual content claiming to be from “NAR wellness insurance policy,” it’s fraud, in accordance to a warning printed by the Nationwide Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR claims it gained a selection of member reviews about unsolicited robocalls that claim to depict “NAR wellness insurance policy.” It reminds associates that not known callers depict a fraud threat, even if they claim to depict a reputable source – which is many situations the explanation they do it. According to NAR, Realtors who acquire these requests should really be vigilant and not answer.
“The affiliation won’t make unsolicited calls to enroll you in an insurance policy application or if not solicit your particular data,” NAR claims.
To examine the legitimacy of a conversation or request from NAR, associates should really get in touch with NAR’s Member Help staff at 800-874-6500 or NAR by using reside chat or electronic mail.
NAR does provide insurance policy courses to associates, however. Realtors can master about them through the Realtor Benefits Program and Realtors Insurance policies Market.
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