If you receive any emails or calls from someone claiming to be from Emaar and asking for your account username and password, then it is likely you have been the target of a scam. Scammers use any means to obtain your personal information including but not limited to emails, pop-up ads, texts and instant messages, phone calls, etc. Emaar will never ask you for your account username and password. Never share your personal information with anyone. If you believe that your personal information has been compromised, we encourage you to change your password immediately.
Scammers may try to copy email and text messages including Emaar logos in order to trick you into sharing your personal information and passwords. Scammers may also try to contact you offering gifts or using threats to push you to give them your personal information or password. We recommend you not to open any attachments or follow any links in suspicious or unsolicited emails or messages.
We also encourage you to verify the identity of the callers, the sender’s emails, the website URL, the phones numbers from which you receive calls, before providing any personal information.
We finally encourage you to report any suspicious emails, messages or calls claiming to be from Emaar at We Care.