NHRS has become aware of emails members have received recently from third parties containing a link to sign up for a free retirement appointment.
THESE EMAILS ARE NOT FROM NHRS.
Members and employers have reported four different emails to NHRS this month from the following entities:
- My Pension Assistance – subject line: “(employer name) Annual Pension Review”; sent under the name “Jordan Williams”
- Advisor Appointments – subject line: “Retirement Reviews”; no sender name
- District Retirement Advisor – subject line: “New Hampshire State Pension/Retirement Review”; sent under the name “Hannah Petersen”
- LA Pension Planners - subject line: "Pension Review with Christian Ardon"; sent under the name "Christian Ardon"
These senders are not affiliated with NHRS.
NHRS does, from time to time, send out emails listing upcoming general information events, but we do not send unsolicited emails to set up individual one-on-one appointments.
Suspicious emails, voicemails, and other solicitations are an unfortunate part of everyday life. Knowledge is the best defense for your personal information and financial well-being. If you ever receive an unsolicited communication that purports to be from NHRS, please let us know by emailing email@example.com.
Members looking for information about NHRS benefits are encouraged to go directly to the source. We provide many different ways for you to stay informed.
- Visit our website, www.nhrs.org, to learn about benefits, download forms, find answers to frequently asked questions, and get updates on legislation.
- Attend a live member education webinar. Visit www.nhrs.org/meetings-events to find an upcoming presentation.
- Visit our YouTube page to view recorded presentations.
- Sign up for My Account through our website to view your personal account information.