NAR Scam E-mail Alert

Warning! Members and AE's may be receiving a 'official looking' e-mail claiming to be from NAR having to do with 'updating our NAR Member database software and information',,,,they are trying to 'make our contact database as comprehensive as possible' and they plan to contact the recipient very soon for additional input, etc., for their new website. The return e-mail address that claims to be NAR ends in That should tell you right there it isn't from NAR. I've checked today with NAR and as suspected its a SCAM and NOT TO OPEN THE ATTACHMENT.