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Beware: NAR Didn’t Call with a Health Insurance Offer

NAR issued a warning on Wednesday that members are receiving fraudulent phone calls purportedly selling health insurance offered by the association.

CHICAGO – The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) issued an alert to members urging them to “be vigilant against a fraudulent phone call surfacing that is purporting to be representing ‘NAR health insurance.’”

The call is coming from (240) 558-9209 but also other numbers.

“The association won’t make unsolicited calls to enroll you in an insurance program or otherwise solicit your personal information,” NAR wrote in its warning.

If in doubt about the legitimacy of a communication request from NAR, contact the Member Support team at (800) 874-6500 or via live chat or email. Insurance products offered to members through the Realtor Benefits® Program can be found online at NAR.realtor.

Source: National Association of Realtors®

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