A local association has reported that its members have been targeted in, and fallen victim to, an imposter scam by individuals claiming to be law enforcement.
The Association has received reports of unsolicited fraudulent messages being sent to members. Read more about the scam attempt here.
NAR members have reported receiving unsolicited calls concerning "NAR health insurance," however, these calls do not originate from NAR.
A member received an offer to renew their license through a third party for a discounted rate. Such offers are fraudulent; members must renew their licenses themselves.
A new text messaging scam is making the rounds. Find details on the scam and resources here. Remember to stay vigilant to protect yourselves and your clients.
NAR has received reports of phone calls and texts from a toll-free number associated with NAR. These calls and texts, however, were not sent by NAR.