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Phishing Scam Related to DC Photo Enforcement Tickets

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Vanessa E. Newton

September 13, 2016 (202)729-7020

Phishing Scam Related to

DC Photo Enforcement Tickets

(WASHINGTON, DC) – The info, customers are being told that they have a Notice of Unsatisfied Photo Enforcement Ticket. The notice also directs customers to click the link to “Lost Traffic Tickets.”

Photo Enforcement tickets are mailed through the United States Postal Service to the address of record based on the tag number. Also, DC DMV mails the Notice of Unsatisfied Photo Enforcement Ticket, and it contains specific information on how to contest the ticket by submitting a request for adjudication. DC DMV only contacts customers via email if they have registered for DC DMV’s email ticket alert system. Then, they will receive an email notifying them to log into their account when there is a ticket update.

Customers who receive this email notice should report it to the Federal Trade Commission, which has detailed information for consumers on how to handle phishing scams.

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The District Department of Motor Vehicles promotes public safety to ensure the safe operation of motor vehicles. For more information, visit http://dmv.dc.gov. Like DC DMV on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

Vanessa E. Newton

Public Information Officer

D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles

95 M Street, SW – Suite 300

Washington, D.C. 20024

Office: 202/729-7020

Cell: 202/531-5708

Fax: 202/698-0754

http://www.dmv.dc.gov

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