Jul 12, 2013 at 1:51 pm
If you get a call questioning the status of your north Dakota drivers license…hang up. The department of transportation has received complaints from residents who have been told their driving privileges are in jeapordy and that a fee needs to be paid to keep the license current. The d-o-t’s Jaime olson says it’s a scam. Olson says some of the calls spoof the phone number of the north Dakota d-o-t.
The caller also asks for personal information and directs money to be sent to a California address. Olson says they have contacted the north Dakota attorney general’s consumer fraud division about the bogus calls.