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In this role, Purohit will be responsible for further developing and marketing Alliant National’s Great Lakes Agency programs, with an initial focus on agency development and management in Minnesota and Wisconsin, Hensley said, adding that Purohit will also lead the expansion of Alliant’s agent base by growing the number of states included within Alliant National’s Great Lakes Area. “I have always dedicated myself to building long-term and mutually beneficial relationships,” said Purohit. “Alliant National’s outward-mindset philosophy and its ‘Agents First’ approach allows me the opportunity to provide best-in-class customized service to my agents. The company’s focus on never competing with its agents while providing them the tools they need to thrive in their marketplace is the reason I chose to join Alliant National Title Insurance Company.” Purohit’s career has included sales positions at several mortgage, title services and title technology companies, as well as working as an agency representative for a regional and two national underwriters. He also served as president and chief executive officer of a settlement services company in New Jersey, where he managed all aspects of daily operations. In addition to his sales career, Purohit served as a Sergeant in the Army National Guard for nine years. He was a combat reconnaissance scout and received several commendations, including the National Defense Service Medal. His education includes course studies in computer programming at Rutgers University and the Chubb Institute. Alliant National is an industry pioneer that distinguishes itself from competitors by putting the interests of Independent Agents first. Bolstered by financial stability, strong underwriting capability and Independent Agents’ in-depth knowledge of local markets, the company has established a nationwide network with deep roots in local communities and a wealth of expertise that is flexible, nuanced and continuously growing. Alliant National’s CEO, Bob Grubb, can be reached at 303.682.9800 x300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit joinalliantnational.com for additional information.
About Alliant National Title Insurance CompanyThe Independent Underwriter for The Independent Agent® Alliant National believes in putting other people first. The company partners with 400+ trusted independent title agents as a licensed underwriter in 22 states, with annual revenues exceeding $120 million, and protects the dreams of property owners with secure title insurance.
The title and settlement industry is blessed with great people, and that makes sense because our industry is built on being helpful.
We all want a smooth, efficient transaction for everyone involved. Unfortunately, our desire to be helpful and to keep things moving makes us a prime target for wire fraud.
So, how careful do we need to be when verifying the legitimacy of an email or even an incoming phone call?
Fraudsters know about us. They know how busy we can be, and they know how to prey on our traits to overcome our data and escrow security training.
They aren’t just looking to trick us. They aren’t practical jokers. They are truly insidious “social engineers.”
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post likening email escrow fraud to Whac-A-Mole. I’d like to revisit that image for a moment.
A few years ago, scammers figured out what our industry does. Admittedly, it took them a while, but when they did, many agents started seeing a barrage of fraudulent emails. Title agents responded by tightening down on their policies and procedures.
The “mole,” however, always manages to find a weak spot where he can pop his head out of the ground. In our case, that weak spot is clearly the consumer.
Ah, the consumer…