San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
DMV.us.org is launching a plan to help make sure that fewer people get ripped off by common traffic ticket-related schemes, the company said yesterday.
“Traffic ticket ripoff scams are one of the oldest cons in the book,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “It upsets us when anyone gets ripped off for any reason. But it particularly bothers us when it happens related to traffic tickets, because we are trying to give people reliable traffic ticket information. That's why we decided to see what we could do to keep people from getting ripped off.”
DMV.us.org will take people through the myriad number of ways people can get ripped off in traffic ticket scams.
“One of the most common ways to get ripped off is if you get an official-looking letter saying that a warrant will be issued for your arrest if you don't send someone money to pay off a ticket right away,” he said. “In those cases, the ticket doesn't exist but people are so terrified that they forgot about it they pay up anyway.”
The guide will show people what they can do to notice red flags in ripoff schemes, he said.
“It's just a matter of knowing what to look for,” he said. “Once you get to that point, it's very hard to get ripped off. This is why we are going to do what we can to make this information available to everyone.”
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