Protect Your Clients From Wire Fraud

By Chris Smith
June 28, 2018

Real Estate agents are often the first line of defense in preventing wire fraud. Let your clients know upfront how you communicate. You may want to add a disclaimer on your email signature stating that you never send sensitive financial information via email. Insist they do the same. Here are some additional security measures your clients should take:

 

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About the Author: Chris Smith is a Senior Loan Officer (NMLS  #253394) with New American Funding. For more information about home financing you may contact him at 714.401.5921. 

 

 

 

 

*Reprinted with permission from New American Funding. Licensed by the California Department of Business Oversight under the Residential Mortgage Lending Act – License #4131117 Broker Solutions Inc. dba New American Funding (NMLS #6606) Corporate Office is located at 14511 Myford Road, Suite 100, Tustin, CA 92780. 800.450.2010

 

 

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