Realogy Helps Prevent Fraud with New Online Game

September 5, 2019

According to FBI data in the 2018 Internet Crime Report, cybercrime, including title and real estate related fraud, cost victims more than $7 billion in the last five years—including more than  $2.7 Billion in 2018 alone. The most populated states in the nation were impacted the most: California, Texas, Florida and New York.

To help raise awareness, Title Resources Group (TRG) is launching a new campaign to help educate consumers and agents about fraud. As a part of this initiative, TRG is literally making a game of it: Fraud Racer, an online game designed to raise awareness of fraud in a fun and interactive way. Players answer questions about fraud correctly to reach home safely, while avoiding criminals that pursue them. The game is available to play at  fraudracer.com

“Fraud is not fun, especially for victims who suffer during what is usually the largest purchase of their lives, but by gamifying this billion-dollar problem with Fraud Racer our goal is to raise awareness of potential issues and how to steer clear of them,” said Walter Mullen, TRG’s chief strategy officer. “Awareness leads to vigilance, and everyone in the industry has a role in helping consumers protect themselves and drastically lowering those fraud statistics from the FBI.”


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