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Posted on: November 19, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Property Fraud Alert

Property Fraud Alert (PFA) is an internet-based system that automatically alerts the subscribers, via email, each time there is a recording on their property. While PFA will not prevent fraud from happening it provides an early warning system that will allow property owners to take appropriate action should they believe fraudulent activity has occurred with their property.

It also provides early detection when a lien, judgment, or any other item is recorded against you.

To sign up for this free service, go to www.nyerecorder.net to register. Complete the registration form and submit. The service will notify you if a document is recorded with your name. You will be notified by Email. If you have any questions regarding this or are having trouble signing up, please call (775) 482-8166 or (775) 751-6340 for assistance.

www.nyerecorder.net
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