“Scam artists are heavily targeting the real estate market now because home values are going up,” a MyPropertyReports.com spokesman said.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
MyPropertyReports.com is launching a program to educate consumers about how to recognize when they might be about to become a victim of a real estate scam, the company announced yesterday.
“Scam artists are heavily targeting the real estate market now because home values are going up,” a MyPropertyReports.com spokesman said. “For that reason, we have decided that trying to help people avoid becoming a victim of a real estate scam is an important service we can provide our customers. We have hired a team who will be in charge of learning about the way real estate scam artists operate, and then educating our customers.”
Once MyPropertyReports.com is aware of how a given scam works, they will break it down in plain English for their customers, explain what red flags to look out for, and then discuss ways to avoid the scam, he said.
“The easiest way to not become a scam victim is to understand how scam artists operate,” he said. “This is why we will be as clear as possible in our reporting, and arm consumers with the information they need to avoid a scam.”
The anti-scam initiative will be an ongoing effort for MyPropertyReports.com he said.
“As this goes on, we will put the information up on the members' area of our site,” he said. “We may also leak the information out through social media if there is a demand for it.”
Customer service website MyPropertyReports.com was created to serve the needs of public records clients across North America. With thousands of requests processed each day, MyPropertyReports.com continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit MyPropertyReports.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-434-4253, or email manager(at)MyPropertyReports(dot)com with any questions or concerns.