“Hello, this is NAR health insurance contacting.” No – it is not. NAR has acquired fraud stories from users expressing a robocaller has been inquiring for private info.
CHICAGO – If you acquire a telephone connect with or textual content declaring to be from “NAR health insurance,” it is fraud, according to a warning posted by the National Affiliation of Realtors® (NAR).
NAR suggests it acquired a variety of member stories about unsolicited robocalls that declare to depict “NAR health insurance.” It reminds users that not known callers depict a fraud threat, even if they declare to depict a responsible source – which is many moments the reason they do it. According to NAR, Realtors who acquire these requests really should be vigilant and not respond.
“The association will not make unsolicited phone calls to enroll you in an insurance policy system or or else solicit your private info,” NAR