Brokers only need to have an account with GlobalAir.com and log in to their dashboard. The system is free and accessible to any professional aircraft broker or firm.
GlobalAir.com is pleased to announce it has successfully launched its latest tool for assisting the aircraft brokerage industry – the “Scam Reports” system. Following countless requests from aircraft brokers, GlobalAir.com has created a system that can assess and evaluate questionable people and/or companies showing interest in an aircraft.
“We are a first in the aviation industry to identify this problem and develop a universal solution that can be used by all professional aircraft brokerage firms,” said GlobalAir.com President and CEO Jeffrey Carrithers.
The “Scam Reports” system is only available to the aircraft brokerage industry. Brokers can access the system to post people, their email address, telephone number, company, and most importantly the scam that people are pushing. Called “Posers” in the system, brokers from around the world will now have the ability to search and review any questionable inquiry or contact they have received from any resource.