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Compliance Notifications Will Soon Be Emailed

June 7, 2011  |  by Dessie

MRIS Compliance notifications are going paperless, say goodbye to the compliance faxes.  In a few short weeks the MRIS Compliance Department will begin emailing all  the courtesy compliance notifications instead of faxing them.

To ensure you will begin receiving these important and time-sensitive notifications please take the following actions:

  • Visit mris.com/account-changes, select Change My Contact Information and verify that your Private email address is correct
  • Add Compliance@mris.net to your safe senders list.
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    If you need any additional assistance, contact the MRIS Customer Support Center at 301 838-7200.

    These emails will help inform you of issues faster and more efficiently.  All notification emails will be sent to both the listing agent and their broker.  Remember, resolving compliance issues upon notification will allow you to avoid compliance fines.

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    8 responses to “Compliance Notifications Will Soon Be Emailed”

    1. Linda says:

      Glad you are finally going to use email for this.

    2. MRIS_Anne says:

      Thanks, Linda! Saving trees and speeding up notification time is really a win-win!

    3. R. Earl Torres says:

      Wow, I just got a $100 fine for an expired contingency on a listing. Never received a fax notification.

    4. kim says:

      Glad to hear it….. I once had to pay 100.00 because mris faxed the notification to my office and my office never called me to notify me of the violation.

    5. Bob Jurgensen says:

      Well, that only took ten years since I suggested it (at least a dozen times), back when I was on strategic planning for MRIS – glad you finally got around to the "aughts" guys – bye bye '90's! Thank goodness – now, let's get Settlement Express actually ON the tabs for Matrix so it can be used and integrated with the reports?? AND while you are at it, dump the BUYER closing costs – that is the responsibility of the lender and there are some recent serious rules about accuracy – best left to those responsible for getting it right – we just need a seller side calculator for closing costs in Settlement Express… REALLY – that's all we need. See you in ten more years?

    6. MRIS_CMO says:

      Bob, I really appreciate your comments. I just took over at CMO last June and Product Development is one of my teams that I lead. I have a LONG list of things to do from the "pipeline" you refer to and promise that we're fully in gear. Media Connect, the new Compliance System, ezJoin, Matrix Upgrades, new Homesdatabase with key broker/agent reporting and business intelligence are just a few of the items we have delivered and we have many more in the hopper. I'd like to come by your office to hear your ideas — I will be in touch to arrange for a mutually convenient time. THANKS for your comments and it won't be ten years, I promise! Best, John Heithaus

    7. Albert Arrington says:

      Thanks Bob Juegensen for your recommendationsi. Also, thanks John for response and hopefully action to follow. I too think that Settlement Express needs some work. It is not as user friendly as iit should be.

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