Protecting Yourself from Wire Fraud
Mortgage Loan Originator
Vicky Rowe
Published on May 30, 2022

Protecting Yourself from Wire Fraud

With so much technology at our fingertips, we ensure that your information stays safe and that nothing stands in the way of you and a secure, easy closing. However, we do need to address the fact that wire fraud does happen.

Sometimes, though not commonly, a homebuyer will receive an email from a sender posing as someone involved with the home loan - their real estate agent, lender, or settlement agent. These emails appear authentic, are disguised to look like they are from a trusted source, and have instructions on how to wire money for closing,  but the email is a scam . These emails can be very detailed and even include information such as account numbers.

It is always best to check with me directly on any matters that pertain to wiring money. Please feel free to call and confirm all wiring instructions with me directly or with the settlement agent. Even if we confirm this once, you can always double check. Wiring an amount this large is important and I want you feel safe in doing so. My job is to look after your best interest, so always consider me a resource and run any emails that seem suspicious by me.

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Vicky Rowe Mortgage Loan Originator
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