Dmv.org Reports & Reviews (2)
Victim Location 10533
Type of a scam Phishing
I will be writing my U.S. Senator -- the powerful senior Senator from NY who focuses on consumer fraud -- about this deceptive, deceitful website that should be outlawed. Because "dmv.org" looks very similar to the "dmv.gov" website in my state, I unknowingly and inadvertently put my MINOR CHILD's data (including highly sensitive data such as SSN) into this website because I was unfortunately in a rush to get his learner's permit test appointment scheduled. When I called their so-called telephone number to urgently request that they delete my MINOR CHILD's data, I was absolutely unable to get a real person (ever) to speak with, and no one ever answered my urgent request for deletion of my minor child's personal data. They are obviously a scam outfit that steals people's most sensitive data to sell to the dark Web. WARNING -- dmv.org is a likely criminal outfit which is exploiting the weak data protection laws in our country to the great detriment of honest consumers. Be careful and AVOID dmv.org like the plague!
Victim Location 42262
Type of a scam Identity Theft
I was attempting to register a new vehicle and googled DMV Kentucky. I came across dmv.org/Kentucky and proceeded to the website. I entered applicable information name, address, ssn, drivers license, vehicle vin, make model and year. Then submitted the info and downloaded a copy of it to my phone. I attempted to contact their customer support and they had local DMV agencies. I called them and was informed that I had been scammed and that they are not affiliated with the government. I then went back to the website and sent a complaint to their customer support website and received an email that I may not get a response for a week. I didn't pay them anything but I am deeply concerned for my personal information. They do have a disclaimer that I saw later at the top of the page but it is made to look like a website maintenance warning, which is why I ignored it. I believe that a consumer should have to agree to have seen this before entering the website. Especially since their customer contact numbers have real local government agencies listed as their contact numbers.
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