Wire Fraud Notice

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Scammers are hacking the email accounts of title companies, real estate agents, settlement attorneys and others resulting in fraudulent wire instructions being used to divert funds to the account of the hacker.

Use this form to educate your clients about wire fraud.


Revisions Updated 03/2020

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