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ASRS Phone Scam Warning

Social Engineers Want Your Data

It's been brought to our attention that imposters are impersonating the ASRS, calling our members and requesting information from them. This type of "social engineering" scam tries to manipulate you to let your guard down by pretending to be a trusted source, such as Social Security or the ASRS.

BE ADVISED: The ASRS will never call you to collect data from you over the phone.

If you receive a call that you suspect to be someone fraudulently impersonating the ASRS, hang up and notify the ASRS.:

      • Call the ASRS Fraud Hotline: 602-240-2000
      • Email our Privacy Officer: [email protected]
      • Log into your myASRS account and send us a Secure Message.

Your privacy is very important to us. Watch 

Know the Signs & What to Do

Your privacy is very important to us. Watch this video for some helpful information on recognizing phone scams purporting to represent the ASRS, and what to do if it happens:
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