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Property Fraud Alert
WHO: Property Fraud Alert is a FREE public service provided to you by your elected County Registrar.
WHAT: Property Fraud Alert is a FREE service that will notify you via phone or email if a document is recorded in Saline County Register of Deeds office under your name.
WHEN: Someone may attempt to illegally use your property for financial gain. This occurs when a fraudulent document is drawn up in your name in an attempt to illegally acquire your property through a sale, home equity loan, or other
WHERE: Click HERE to sign up for PFA and be pro-active to help protect yourself and your loved ones from potentially losing your most valuable asset—your home.
WHY: Property Fraud is on the rise in America. Millions of Americans are losing their home or getting swept into lengthy legal battles for their property. This FREE service is provided to you to help safeguard you against becoming a
victim of Property Fraud; by signing up, you are taking the first steps in monitoring your most valuable asset, your home, by being aware of the activity.
HOW: Property Fraud Alert will notify you via phone or email when a document is recorded in Saline County. Signing up is quick and easy! If you receive a notification saying that something with your name on it is recorded, you can work
with Saline County Register of Deeds to provide more information about the recording.
Sign up today for FREE!
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Property Fraud Alert is a FREE service that will notify you if a document is recorded in the Saline County Register of Deeds office under your name. Sign up to receive alerts today.
Property Fraud Alert is a notification service that alerts subscribers (via email or phone contact) each time a document is recorded with their name on it in the participating County Land Records office. The subscriber must select one method of notification, either an email address or a phone number.
Saline County offers this FREE of charge to Saline County Residents.
It is highly recommended that you enter only the first letter of your first name in the first name field. For example, with a name such as Steve, Stephen, or Steven, you may wish to enter the letter “S” in the first name field. Or you may wish to enter the first few letters of your first name to limit the number of first name matches. For example, if the letters “St” are entered, a name match may result for the names Steven, Stan, Stacy, Sterling, etc.
To illustrate, let’s use the last name “Van Buren” as our example. This name may at times be spelled with a space in it (“Van Buren”) and at other times with no space (“VanBuren”). For cases like this, it is highly recommended that you make two separate subscription entries with both name variations. For the Property Fraud Alert system to work as intended, and for notification alerts to be sent, the last name spelling, or business name spelling of the subscription name must match exactly.
It is very possible to receive an alert that may actually pertain to another individual with the same last name (and first name) as you. Again, make sure you enter the last name spelling exactly.
It is imperative that you DO NOT enter the suffix of your name (Jr.,Sr., etc.) while entering your name into the subscription form. Only enter your first name information into the first name field and your last name information into the last name field. The same logic applies with middle names; DO NOT enter a middle name (or middle initial) into the first or last name fields.
For those counties in which PFA is a no-charge service, you can simply go to the PFA website and enter your new data information. For those counties where a subscription fee is required, please email email@example.com or phone 1-800-728-3858 and request the appropriate data change.
With Saline County offering PFA at no charge, your name will remain on the notification list indefinitely.