“Hello, this is NAR health insurance contacting.” No – it’s not. NAR has obtained fraud reports from members saying a robocaller has been inquiring for personal information and facts.
CHICAGO – If you obtain a cellphone phone or text claiming to be from “NAR health insurance,” it’s fraud, according to a warning released by the Countrywide Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR says it obtained a selection of member reports about unsolicited robocalls that declare to depict “NAR health insurance.” It reminds members that unknown callers depict a fraud danger, even if they declare to depict a trustworthy resource – which is numerous periods the motive they do it. In accordance to NAR, Realtors who obtain these requests should really be vigilant and not answer.
“The association will not make unsolicited calls to enroll you in an insurance policies plan or otherwise solicit your personal information and facts,” NAR says.
To look at the legitimacy of a conversation or ask for from NAR, members should really contact NAR’s Member Guidance crew at 800-874-6500 or NAR via stay chat or e mail.
NAR does offer you insurance policies plans to members, nonetheless. Realtors can understand about them through the Real estate agent Rewards Software and Realtors Coverage Market.
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