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Fake RMV Websites – Be Aware

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) warns consumers to ensure they are using the official MassDOT RMV website http://www.mass.gov/rmv when processing any transaction online
While searching for the Registry website, customers may inadvertently come across unofficial third-party websites or “mimic sites” that advertise similar services but have no affiliation with the RMV.
Red flags alerting you this is not the official RMV website:
  • Massachusetts uses the abbreviation “RMV.” Any website using the phrase “Department of Motor Vehicle” or “DMV” should be avoided.
  • Make sure the Commonwealth’s seal is located somewhere on the page. This will help ensure that is it an official government website.
  • The Registry will never charge a customer for
  • Forms
  • Information
  • Status check (license, registration, title)
  • Address changes
  • If the site requires payment to access this information, it is an unsecured mimic site.
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