NAR recently issued a spam alert after members received emails that appeared to come from them. The suspicious email contains an alleged annual report but it does not come from NAR and should be deleted.
Another fraudulent email relates to RPAC and appears to come from NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall.
Members in Connecticut also received emails from fake CTR accounts. We'd like to reminder members to check the email address of the sender, don’t click on links or download documents you aren’t expecting, and never send any personal information by email unless you verify its authenticity by contacting the sender using known contact information.
For more information on cyberscams and cybersecurity best practices, visit NAR's spam email alert page.