Be diligent!  See something; Say something…online wire fraud is on the rise throughout the closing, title insurance, and banking industries. AEA is dedicated to educating its members and the community about the dangers technology can introduce to our industry.  AEA does not work directly with any consumers and never requests money transfers for any reason. However, AEA recognizes that online wire fraud is on the rise throughout the closing, title insurance, and banking industries. 


If you believe you have been contacted by or are the victim of an online fraud scheme, we suggest contacting the local FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) field office hereFollow the directions found by clicking on the "File a Complaint" button. You can also learn more by downloading the FBI brochure.

The American Escrow Association, formed in 1980, prides itself on being the representative of its member states and individual members in the escrow and settlement industry. Our goals are to further the education and professionalism of the escrow industry as a whole.

Our Legislative Advocate provides current information regarding changes to laws and regulations available to our members online. We are proud of the national presence AEA continues to provide its members. The collective voice of the settlement agents could not be heard more clearly than through the American Escrow Association.

The American Escrow Association is committed to working proactively on behalf of all settlement agents throughout the country by building awareness of the important role we play in the settlement process and by addressing the common issues that affect the entire settlement industry, no matter what particular settlement practice you may be engaged in.


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