CLEVELAND — The Ohio BMV is warning residents about fraudulent postcards being sent out that prompt receivers to visit a non-official website.
The postcards claim the resident’s driver’s license or identification card is expired and explains the process to have the card corrected, according to a Facebook post from the Ohio BMV.
“The card is riddled with grammatical errors and prompts the reader to visit a non-official website,” BMV officials said. ”Please be advised that these are not BMV-issued postcards and the genuine BMV website is bmv.ohio.gov.”
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