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Protect Yourself: Suspicious Emails

ARSA has learned that an individual pretending to represent the association has been sending unsolicited emails to members regarding updates to the member directory. These messages are not from the association and the sender is not associated with ARSA. Should you receive such an email, please delete it immediately.

Never respond to emails from senders you do not know or who do not explain their relationship to ARSA. Never provide personal or company information to an unidentified sender. If you have any questions, please send a message to our administrative team.



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