We first begun reporting on http://www.drivers-licenses.org based on consumer complaints we were witnessing online. We’ve since learned that there are more of these phony DMV sites populating the internet.
scamFRAUDalert see it appropriate to issue this ALERT as Cambridge Media Series, LLC d/b/a http://www.Drivers-Licenses.org appears to be offering it’s services nationwide and claim not to be affiliated with any state or governmental agencies. This is a paid for service site.
The site claim to be a comprehensive resource for drivers. However, the Better Business Bureau have expressed concerns and indicated that the site owner(s) have shown an unwillingness to work with them to resolve consumers complaints.
The complaint history focus on deception and misrepresentation. Services they claimed to provide are links to your local DMV offices for a fee which can easily be found online by doing a google search for your local DMV.
The site owners also purchased Google and Yahoo Ads to increase it’s visibility to the public on search results thereby enticing the public to click on one of these search results that showed up above the normal searches.
Is Driver License Easy Guide Scam?
Cambridge Media Series, LLC
1521 Alton Road, #488
Miami Beach, FL
scamFRAUDalert remain willing to removing this complaint if and when the site owner(s) can address these complaints.
Louisiana Drivers License
The WhoIs DMV.ORG is showing Online Guru address in California and two individuals Ravi Lahoti and Raj Lahoti as founders.
364 2nd Street, Suite #1
Encinitas, CA 92024
Phone: (858) 764-4590
Fax: (858) 430-5903
Search your local DMV WEBSITE below:
- MyDriversLicense.org: Driver License Easy Guide (scamfraudalert.org)
- DriversLicenseDivision.org (scamfraudalert.org)