One of the downsides to working at DMV.us.org is that our customers call us every day to tell us about how they have been ripped off due to traffic violation scams. We try to use the DMV.us.org blog to get the word out about how not to be ripped off. But since people keep calling the DMV.us.org customer service center day and in and day out with their stories about getting ripped off, we feel it is our duty to spend another blog post providing anti-ripoff advice.
The first thing to remember is to always check our database if you are ever worried about getting ripped off at all. It just takes a few minutes, and can save you hundreds of dollars. Nearly everyone who gets ripped off in a traffic ticket-related scam could have been saved if they’d checked the information first.
Here is now people get ripped off: They get a letter, an email, or a phone call saying that they have an outstanding ticket they’d forgotten about. Sometimes the person contacting them claims they are with the authorities, and you have to pay them to resolve the ticket. Other times they say they are from a collection agency that can make the ticket go away if you pay them.
Either way – it’s just at trick to make sure you get ripped off. Usually there is no ticket, and they are just preying on your fear of getting in trouble with officials.
So, if you don’t want to get ripped off on a traffic ticket, contact us first at DMV.us.org!
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