San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
DMV.us.org has upgraded their public records reports to help make sure that people don't become victims of easily avoidable scams.
“We want people to have access to the most easy to understand and complete information,” a company spokesman said. “There are too many scams out there that people can avoid when they have the right information. We want to provide that information in the best possible way, so that people can avoid scam artists.”
With the new system, people simply need to type in their name or the name of someone they think might be running a scam. They then pay and get a complete history of publicly available information from the Departments of Motor Vehicles nationwide.
“What happens very often is that someone gets pulled over for speeding or drunk driving, but doesn't have their driver's license on them,” the spokesman said. “So, they give the police the name of someone else. That person doesn't know they have a speeding or DUI record until they get pulled over or apply for a job and it comes up. That scam happens often.”
People can search themselves on the site to make sure that nobody has used their name during a traffic stop.
“This system also prevents scams where potential employees lie to companies about their driving records,” the spokesman said. “Human resource managers can simply search their name and find out if they have a history of DUIs or a suspended license. It's very simple.”
The reports have been organized so that the most serious infractions appear first and are clearly explained, the company said.
“The goal here is to make these different types of scams easy to spot,” the spokesman said. “By making the reports as accessible as possible, we make that happen.”
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