Don’t let fraudsters in by giving away your Rightmove Plus log-in details.
Follow our tips below for protecting your Rightmove Plus account from scammers.
How you can help to protect your Rightmove Plus account
Never share usernames and passwords between multiple people. Every Rightmove Plus user in your business must have their own log-in details. Having generic accounts such as firstname.lastname@example.org will leave your business exposed. Don’t worry – your branch email leads can continue to appear in your agency’s shared inbox, even when you have unique log-ins for Rightmove Plus. Contact us about setting up individual log-ins for you.
Let us know when someone leaves your business, so that we can remove their access straight away. If your staff are sharing a log-in and an employee moves to a competitor, would you want them to still have access to your reports?
Only use work email addresses. We can’t accept generic domains like Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo.
Use a strong password that’s at least 11 characters long, including upper case, lower case letters, numbers and a symbol.
Change your passwords at least every 6 months as a matter of best practice.
Don’t use the same password for Rightmove Plus as your email account or other popular websites. You could easily give a fraudster access to them all.
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