• Report: #196875
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State Of Nevada Department Of Motor Vehicles

  • Submitted: Sat, June 17, 2006
  • Updated: Fri, November 03, 2006

  • Reported By:Las Vegas Nevada
State Of Nevada Department Of Motor Vehicles
state Of Nevada.gov Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.

State Of Nevada Department Of Motor Vehicles Identity Thieves Helped By Inaction of Department of Motor Vehicles -Ripoff Las Vegas/Reno Nevada

*Consumer Suggestion: Carol Ann, take them to court! That is your right.

*Author of original report: Retaliation For Reporting the Sate of Nevada DMV

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Identity Thefts
It has been Reported in National and International News the problem that the State of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has had with Fraud and Identity Theft over the past 10 years. Wouldn't you know it? Many people are being charged with auto accidents that they had nothing to do with and Fraud with their Insurance companies here and in Illinois, New York, Florida and California. Especially with Traveler's Insurance Company based in California and AIG Insurance Companies. Changes of your actual name, misspelling or variation of name or address, place of employment.

Wake up Call to State of Nevada and Govenor Kenny Guinn

Alleged accidents occured in different locations than what the actual person was in. Traffic tickets assigned to the actual person, while the identity thief goes scott free and the real person left with threats of suspended licenses and attorneys fees. Why? Because after you the real person reports your title to your vehicle being stolen or driver's license the State of Nevada doesn't bother to change the number of your license or make a note that you have presented them with Police reports and Federal Trade Commission Reports.

Carol Ann
Las Vegas, Nevada

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/17/2006 11:07 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/state-of-nevada-department-of-motor-vehicles/las-vegas-nevada/state-of-nevada-department-of-motor-vehicles-identity-thieves-helped-by-inaction-of-depart-196875. 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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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Carol Ann, take them to court! That is your right.

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

First, I think I need to say that posting this in the "corrupt companies" category is your first mistake. It should be posted under one of the governemnt agency/government corruption categories. The DMV is not a company. It is a government agency.

With that said, I am familiar with the way NV works and the DMV location in question as I lived in Vegas 7 years.

You need to stay off the phone, and start sending your own certified letters. The burden of proof is on the State, not on you. If you say it was not you, they MUST prove that it was. It really is as simple as that.

You need to get certified statements from your insurer stating that you were covered during the time in question. If you have your own statements and proof of payment, make notorized copies of them as well. It is all in documentation.

If they are blaming you for an accident, they MUST prove it was you at the scene.

Just too many things don't add up here as all of this is real simple to fix. IF done properly.

Stay off the phone. Write certified letters. gather evidence. Done.
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Retaliation For Reporting the Sate of Nevada DMV

AUTHOR: Carol Ann - (U.S.A.)

It took almost 3 months, but the State of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has Relaiated against me for writing this report. They completely and illegally cancelled my registration for my auto. They have demanded that I sign for Certified Mail with the wrong name on it and different from the way it actually appears on my State issued driver's license and title. They turned around and claimed I had Absolutely No insurance. Fact is, I did and still do: The identity thief doesn't and can't after trying.

When I confronted them at the Sahara and Atlantic DMV, I was told that if I wanted my vehicle I would have to pay upwards of $250.00 plus other fees without a court proceeding. They have been responsible for thousands of people's Identities being stolen and titles to their cars cloned and stolen administratively, with the help of the DMV, for the right price and connection. They also through ChoicePoint have added an auto accident and other people's information to the Choicepoint report. there is no damage to my vehicle and have invited law enforcement to look at it. the DMV is in colusion with person's committing Insurance fraud. I think the Federal Government needs to investigate them for no other reason but the Theft of people's vehicles and Identity Theft.
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