Have a Driver License? You Could be a Scam Victim


The Department of Public Safety is warning the public of a scam circulating the state.

They say several people have called saying they’ve received unsolicited calls from people claiming to be administrators with the Driver License Division.

The “administrators” are asking for personal and sensitive information.

Officials say it is important to know the Driver License Division will NEVER contact you through a phone call.

They will never ask for your social security number or any other personal information over the telephone.

The only time they will ask for personal information is if you initiate the call.

The Driver License Division will always contact you by mail.

If you feel you are a victim of a phone scam involving your driver license or identification card contact your local law enforcement.

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