- Report: #1083710
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Complaint Review: FloridaDriversLicensing.org
FloridaDriversLicensing.orgZephyrhills, Florida USA
FloridaDriversLicensing.org Business posed as a legitimate government DMV website and fraudulently charged me $14 when I attempted to replace my lost license. Website emailed me an info packet with DMV links and kindly debited my account for the service that they had no intention of providing. Zephyrhills Florida
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I did a google search to locate the Fl DMV website so that I could replace my lost license and was directed to this fraudulent website, fldriverslicensing.org, which completely appeared to be an official DMV site. As it was one of the first on the list of results and included links to actual DMV site locations, I had no reason to believe that it was a scam. I gave my info, they deducted the charge of $14 and I waited for my license to arrive. Needless to say, it never arrived and today I received an email response from the DMV advising me that there was never a replacement ordered from their website. When I tried to contact the company whom I gave my personal information to, I reached a recording. When I attempted to search for any company info on their website, it directs you to the "official dmv website" for further questions.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/11/2013 02:35 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/FloridaDriversLicensingorg/Zephyrhills-Florida-33541/FloridaDriversLicensingorg-Business-posed-as-a-legitimate-government-DMV-website-and-fra-1083710. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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