“Hello, this is NAR health insurance contacting.” No – it’s not. NAR has obtained fraud reviews from members saying a robocaller has been inquiring for particular facts.
CHICAGO – If you obtain a telephone simply call or text declaring to be from “NAR health insurance,” it’s fraud, in accordance to a warning released by the Nationwide Association of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR says it obtained a amount of member reviews about unsolicited robocalls that declare to depict “NAR health insurance.” It reminds members that mysterious callers depict a fraud danger, even if they declare to depict a dependable resource – which is several times the cause they do it. In accordance to NAR, Realtors who obtain these requests really should be vigilant and not respond.
“The affiliation will not make unsolicited phone calls to enroll you in an insurance plan application or if not solicit your particular facts,” NAR says.
To test the legitimacy of a interaction or request from NAR, members really should get hold of NAR’s Member Assist workforce at 800-874-6500 or NAR by means of stay chat or email.
NAR does give insurance plan applications to members, on the other hand. Realtors can study about them through the Realtor Positive aspects Method and Realtors Insurance Market.
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