Drivers-Licenses.org – dmv.org

The UPDATE below need to be ignore. As soon as we updated SFA Report for whatconsumer alert we thought was an attempt by the site operators of the Business Bureau [BBB]  consumer portal to re-published complaints previously miraculously disappeared website http://www.drivers-licenses.org, it appears that this was just another DECEPTIVE ACT by those operators.

The operators have edited, deleted and added comments to consumer complaints on the BBB site to portray drivers-licenses.org in a favorable light. THIS IS A SCAM OPERATION being perpetuated.

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Update: scamFRAUDalert is please to provide this update regarding the Better and congratulate the BBB for taking swift action. It now appears that consumer complaints regarding Drivers-Licenses.org deleted have been reinstated.

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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.

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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.

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BBB Customer Complaints Summary

185 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 172 closed in last 12 months

Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 69
Billing/Collection Issues 3
Delivery Issues 2
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 111
Total Closed Complaints 185

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Cambridge Media Series, LLC
D/B/A Drivers-Licenses.org
1521 Alton Road, #488
Miami Beach, FL
info@Drivers-Licenses.org

(888) 242-8786
1-888-982-7936

http://www.drivers-licenses.org

Falcon Media, LLC
(888) 982-7936

scamFRAUDalert remain willing to removing this complaint if and when the site owner(s) can address these complaints.

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48 thoughts on “Drivers-Licenses.org – dmv.org

  1. karen February 28, 2013 at 1:17 pm Reply

    This website looks official enough that it fooled me into thinking I was on the TEXAS DMV website. In TEXAS at least you can change your address online, which I have done several times over the years. After my account had been debited $14.70

    I realized what had happened (I was debited before my “transaction” had even completed by the way) and sent an email to the company. They advertise a 100% money-back guarantee, which they reiterated in their auto-generated reply to my email. A link was also included in the email to request a refund.

    However, when I went to the website to process my refund, I got a message stating that my “request was denied.” No reason given. So in essence, they have probably satisfied the loose letter of the law by stating they will give refunds, even if they don’t.

    I WILL get my money back. Its the principle of the thing.

  2. Todd March 1, 2013 at 6:43 am Reply

    We apologize for the issue you’ve encountered, please contact us at 1-888-242-8785 or at info@drivers-licenses.org and we’ll make sure the refund gets processed. We do offer 100% money back guarantee, and once again we’re sorry for the error.

    Regards,

    Drivers-Licenses.org
    Customer Support Team

  3. Scott Hocutt March 27, 2013 at 4:59 pm Reply

    This sounds about right—-the same thing happened to me in NY. I went to renew my license online and these guys ended up with my money as well. First a $1.99 charge, then $12.71. There wasn’t even a final “submit payment/order” page. I realized that this wasn’t the right website and clicked out of it before clicking on the submit payment page (which doesn’t exist!) Nice scam they have running here. After reading the above comments I can see that I’m not alone. I am going through my bank to stop payment, then better business bureau to report this company.

    • Todd September 30, 2013 at 12:09 pm Reply

      Please be advised that I am responding on behalf of Drivers-licenses.org.
      Contrary to your allegations, Drivers-Licenses.org makes it abundantly clear that it is a privately-owned, independently operated website that hosts a well-rounded, driver-related platform for motorists, in conjunction with third-party offerings. After browsing specific information on a variety of driver-, vehicle- and DMV-based content on Drivers-Licenses.org, visitors can choose to purchase a comprehensive Drivers Easy Guide, which is comprised of in-depth content, tips and directories regarding a plethora of driver-related topics, from what to do if you have a suspended license to the benefits of holding an ID card if you are unable to acquire a driver’s license. Drivers-licenses.org’s original content is packaged in an organized, navigable eBook, which is regularly updated through an in-house auditing process to keep the state-specific data, links and forms as current as possible.
      In addition to the Drivers Easy Guide, each consumer is offered other valuable driver-related resources, including a monthly newsletter, The Driver’s Seat. Launched to keep subscribers informed on the rules and regulations of the road, in addition to ‘how-to’ descriptions, the latest relevant phone applications and new trends in DMV technology, The Driver’s Seat keeps readers engaged and informed on the latest U.S. auto news on a regular basis.
      Included with the purchase of a Drivers Easy Guide, patrons also automatically receive 30 days of roadside assistance from Road America. The 24-hour service is centered on driver-related satisfaction, from roadside to collision to membership programs.
      Drivers-licenses.org operates an internet resource site and business which endeavors to ensure that all of its consumers are pleased with the service and offers a full money back guarantee.
      Additionally, Drivers-licenses.org operates a customer service line and openly encourages its users to utilize this direct method of communication.
      Very truly yours,

      Customer Support Team

      update-reinstatement

      • Admin September 30, 2013 at 1:00 pm Reply

        Todd, we appreciate your response and input. SFA suggestion is simply refund those that complaint and avoid the headaches or be more transparent in your fee for service or NO REFUND POLICY if one exist.

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        Better Business Bureau Maimi Beach Florida Complaint

        Additional Notes

        Complaint Category: Advertisement misrepresented a service

        Complaint: Website misdirects people to think they can renew drivers’ licenses online.
        This website is designed to lead people to believe that they can renew a driver license through them. The actual service just provides links to dmv.

        http://drivers-lic/enses.org/

        This website has advertising that purposefully misleads people into thinking they can get their driver license renewed/address updated through them. You follow the instructions and enter your credit card info and then it gives you links to the real government run dmv websites after paying them, claiming that the service is to show you what DMV website to visit so that you can actually renew your driver license.
        Problem Date: 9/11/2013
        Purchase Date: 9/11/2013
        Order number: no order number was given by the website.
        Account number: no account number was given by the website.
        Sales rep: http://drivers-licenses.org/
        paymount amount: around 17-18 dollars, the website does not allow me to see how much money I gave them once the transaction is processed. No receipt was given.

        Payment method: Debit card.

        I realized after the payment was made that the website was not intended to renew my license, however; there was no way to stop the payment and no receipt or transaction ID was given.
        – See more at: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-miami-beach-fl-XXXXXXXX/complaints#sthash.y3dIkOkw.dpuf

        Business Response
        Thanks for contacting us. To clarify, we are not affiliated with the DMV and we do not process changes to your driver license on their behalf. The product we offer through our site is the Driver License Easy Guide™, a state- and service-specific packet that contains helpful information and forms designed to save you time and prepare you for dealing directly with the DMV.

        Due to the apparent misunderstanding, we’ve gone ahead and Voided the transaction.

        Regards,

        Drivers-Licenses.org

        Complaint Resolution: Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.
        – See more at: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-miami-beach-fl-90036350/complaints#breakdown

  4. Kelly Abbott June 2, 2013 at 11:36 pm Reply

    They did the same for me – saying they were Washington State Drivers license renewal and even giving a page that you click on that says – Renew your drivers license then taking your personal info –

    Like you are renewing your license then charging you $14 for a guide you down load that is not what the site was purporting you would get up to the point – it was acting like it was drivers license renewal.

    Very scary as they got my bank card number and scammed me for $14. Obviously it is an underhanded site and a fraud site or it wouldn’t have intentionally mislead and said “Renew your drivers license now” then asks for your info.

    I’m reporting them to the Better business buero and Yahoo, who let them be at the top of the page for drivers license renewal.

    They don’t actually accept scam sites to you have to report them.

    BEWARE EVERYONE.

  5. Nova-Lee June 4, 2013 at 9:47 am Reply

    I just got scammed too…..same exact story as Kelly Abbott above. Did anyone get their money refunded? Or were you able to get your bank to refund it based on it being a scam? I’m with Wells Fargo….hoping they will work with me. Thanks!

    • Todd June 12, 2013 at 6:03 am Reply

      We apologize for the issue you’ve encountered, please contact us at 1-888-242-8785 or at info@drivers-licenses.org and we’ll make sure the refund gets processed. We do offer 100% money back guarantee.

      Regards,

      Drivers-Licenses.org
      Customer Support Team

  6. John Saunders June 10, 2013 at 8:45 am Reply

    I was scammed too – PA. I went to the credit card company to get my money back.

  7. jessica June 20, 2013 at 10:18 am Reply

    I too just accidentally typed in my info thinking this was the DMV– luckily I realized something was up before paying for it. Still, they have my info and this could be a perfect identity stealing scam. When I called the number, I got only a fast busy. This is very frightening.

    • Kelly Abbott June 20, 2013 at 10:51 am Reply

      Report it to the Better Business Bureau online like I did. They’re keeping track of complaints. Also, I got a refund after opening a complaint and asking for one from the Better Business Bureau. bbb.org.

  8. Robert Schulte August 7, 2013 at 9:16 am Reply

    Same thing happened to me. I sent them this email – “I didn’t intend to buy anything from you. I was trying to do a simple change of address with the NJ DMV. I don’t need a “guide” to do this. Please refund my money!”

    They responded immediatly by phone and email saying I would recieve a refund within 5-7 business days. I’ll believe it when I see it….

  9. Rob August 13, 2013 at 6:53 pm Reply

    Same thing happened to me. I wanted to do a change of address on my license and clicked on http://www.marylanddriverslicense.org, which came up when I searched “change of address MVA” on Google. I thought I was on Maryland’s DMV website, looked official when I clicked on it. I clicked on online application/checklist on the sight I was on and wound up on drivers-licenses-org and didn’t realize it until I wound up paying $14+ for an online checklist.

    I just assumed Maryland started charging you for a change of address, since they tax and fee you to death for everything else.

    It’s my own fault for not paying close enough attention, but that’s clearly what these clowns are banking on. Very deceptive and sneaky.

  10. Ryan August 15, 2013 at 10:23 am Reply

    Same thing happened to me. I am usually careful not to get scammed, but these guys do a good job making their fake site look official.
    Drivers-licenses.org is a well designed scam site.

  11. Mary August 19, 2013 at 5:13 am Reply

    Just took my husband in. Going to try and get our money back. 1.99 then 14.99 two days later. Geez. Now I wonder if we need to cancel that card. Anyone have a tip on that?

  12. Steve August 22, 2013 at 10:04 am Reply

    Just happened to me too here in Georgia, had to cancel my debit card…the does the DMV know about this?

    • Kelly Abbott August 23, 2013 at 1:45 pm Reply

      I think only the better business bureau knows. Because this company is so deceptive to begin with, I doubt our cc numbers are safe with them.

  13. Craig Wolf August 28, 2013 at 8:49 am Reply

    Deceptive. I thought I was paying for a GA driver’s license renewal, and paid for a worthless Guide.

  14. driverslicense.org/renewal September 28, 2013 at 7:16 am Reply

    This site is setup for any state, and is a total scam. There is no doubt they’re trying to make you believe it’s an official state website, even though they do say they’re not if you read closely enough. Why are they allowed to use ORG also?? And more importantly, why does Google allow this?

  15. Admin September 30, 2013 at 6:03 pm Reply

    A sample complaint from the BBB website:

    Additional Notes

    Complaint Category: Advertisement misrepresented a service

    Complaint: Website misdirects people to think they can renew drivers’ licenses online.
    This website is designed to lead people to believe that they can renew a driver license through them. The actual service just provides links to dmv.

    http://drivers-lic/enses.org/

    This website has advertising that purposefully misleads people into thinking they can get their driver license renewed/address updated through them. You follow the instructions and enter your credit card info and then it gives you links to the real government run dmv websites after paying them, claiming that the service is to show you what DMV website to visit so that you can actually renew your driver license.
    Problem Date: 9/11/2013
    Purchase Date: 9/11/2013
    Order number: no order number was given by the website.
    Account number: no account number was given by the website.
    Sales rep: http://drivers-licenses.org/
    paymount amount: around 17-18 dollars, the website does not allow me to see how much money I gave them once the transaction is processed. No receipt was given.

    Payment method: Debit card.

    I realized after the payment was made that the website was not intended to renew my license, however; there was no way to stop the payment and no receipt or transaction ID was given.
    – See more at: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-miami-beach-fl-90036350/complaints#sthash.y3dIkOkw.dpuf

    Business Response
    Thanks for contacting us. To clarify, we are not affiliated with the DMV and we do not process changes to your driver license on their behalf. The product we offer through our site is the Driver License Easy Guide™, a state- and service-specific packet that contains helpful information and forms designed to save you time and prepare you for dealing directly with the DMV.

    Due to the apparent misunderstanding, we’ve gone ahead and Voided the transaction.

    Regards,

    Drivers-Licenses.org

    Complaint Resolution: Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.
    – See more at:

    Better Business Bureau – Complaints

    http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-miami-beach-fl-90036350/complaints#breakdown

  16. SFA Reporter October 3, 2013 at 7:26 am Reply

    Miraculously all reports relating to the BBB Miami Beach, Florida Reports have disappeared. The BBB serving Snake River Region, ID reports are now appearing online.
    We are attempting to find out what happened to BBB Miami Beach, Florida Reports and why the reports have disappeared and a redirect to Snake River Region, ID reports.

    A search of the BBB database does not include the reports of Miami Beach, Florida.

    BBB_search
    COMPLAINT # 90036350 reported on the Cambridge Media below:
    Cambridge Media Series, LLC
    D/B/A Drivers-Licenses.org
    1521 Alton Road, #488,
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    info@Drivers-Licenses.org

    (888) 242-8785
    3313 W Cherry Ln # 636
    Meridian, ID 83642-1119
    info@Drivers-Licenses.org

    http://www.drivers-licenses.org – See more at: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-meridian-id-90036350#breakdown

    For further assistance please contact the BBB Serving the Snake River Region
    WWW: http://boise.bbb.org
    Email: info@boise.bbb.org
    Phone: (208)342-4649
    Fax: (208)342-5116
    1200 N. Curtis Rd.
    Boise ID 83706

    Please view the Bureau’s profile on this company at

    http://www.bbb.org/boise/business-reviews/publishers-book/falcon-media-llc-in-meridian-id-1000016506

    Cambridge Media Series, LLC
    D/B/A Drivers-Licenses.org
    1521 Alton Road, #488,
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    info@Drivers-Licenses.org

    http://www.drivers-licenses.org

    http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/license-services/drivers-licensesorg-in-meridian-id-90036350#breakdown

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  18. tsang wong October 17, 2013 at 8:48 pm Reply

    I wanted to change my address, end up paying $16.99 for some useless guide.

    I thought it’s an Official DMV website. And yes, the website owner mean to make it looks like a DMV website. So there will be more ppl fell into his trap. He’s gonna pay for it one day.

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  20. Todd going to Prison Soon! November 14, 2013 at 12:43 pm Reply

    Fell for this scam as well, you think your getting your drivers license address changed but in reality your just putting $16.95 into Todds pocket. Eventually the Karma wheel will spin back around to Todd and he will probably end up in prison. Todd will be guily of the greatest crime a human being can committ, a wasted life.

  21. Calista November 21, 2013 at 5:14 pm Reply

    I fell into this trap as well. Thought I was renewing my license online. As soon as I realized I’d been “had” ( which wasn’t soon enough, as I already entered my cc info), I called the 888 telephone number on the site. At first, the number rang to a disconnected message, and I found another number via Google to call. Supposedly, my transaction was cancelled. I called my cc company anyway and requested a new credit card. In my haste to renew my license, I failed to carefully navigate and realize this site is a scam. As another complainant mentioned above, this is what this “company” banks on. Karma on the rocks is coming for the people running this site.

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  23. Miriam November 29, 2013 at 7:44 pm Reply

    Same thing happened to me trying to renew my Geogia drivers license online. I called the 888 number but they were closed so I sent them an email to refund my money. I can hope…
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  24. SFA Reporter December 1, 2013 at 8:23 pm Reply

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  25. Council of Better Business Bureaus | scamFRAUDalert Report December 9, 2013 at 11:51 pm Reply

    […] we reported on the site Drivers-Licenses.org and miraculously all the BBB reports for which we had reference got […]

  26. Kathy December 12, 2013 at 11:41 am Reply

    Exact same thing happened to me. Wanted to get my license renewed online, directed to that site. Got charged 1.99. Called my bank and cancelled my debit card, which is an inconvenience but better be safe than sorry!

  27. Marion December 14, 2013 at 5:25 pm Reply

    Marion. From WI I never received a renewal notice from the DMV. And my birthday is next week Wed. I heard that you can renew on line, but was also scammed and paid before I realized my mistake.

    I don’t want or need a guide, or roadside assistance. Will call my credit card company and cancel that transaction.

    Then learned also that I cannot renew on line if my license is due in 30 days or less. What a mess. I am so tired of this D scamming.

    http://WIDMVDriverslicense.org

    scam

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  29. Neil Dye December 23, 2013 at 2:45 pm Reply

    Fell for the scam, should of been more careful. Not long after doing this my email started getting all kinds of spam too. So in addition to being charge fraudulently on my credit card they have sold my information to a third party. I need to contact my DA to what can be done about this. I know it can’t be legal.

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  31. Jane January 8, 2014 at 9:00 am Reply

    Same thing happened to me. I thought I was paying to replace my stolen drivers license and instead got a useless checklist and some 30 day roadside assistance that I never wanted. Was charged $1.99 and now there is a pending $14.99. What the hell. My wallet was recently stolen, hence the need for a replacement drivers license, and I’m betting that this company preys on frantic, already stressed out people like me who just wants to get their ID replaced ASAP. Shame on me for clicking through all the way to the purchase and not realizing this is a scam site.

    Sent them an email today for a refund and to cancel the pending transaction and stated that if I don’t receive a response from them in 5 business days, I’ll take further action as necessary. Might end up having to cancel the transactions via my credit card directly. We’ll see. Shame on them for misleading people. I wonder how many people actually benefit from what their purchases with them.

  32. SFA Reporter January 17, 2014 at 12:31 am Reply


    Fabrication of Complaints and Responses

    The statement below have been inserted on all comments posted on the Better Business Bureau website. Similar comments were posted on SFA. We’ve deleted all fabricated response with one exception.
    Clearly whoever is managing the BBB consumer complaint portal is editing, deleting, and fabricating complaints.
    _____________________

    Please be advised that I am responding on behalf of Drivers-licenses.org.
    Contrary to your allegations, Drivers-Licenses.org makes it abundantly clear that it is a privately-owned, independently operated website that hosts a well-rounded, driver-related platform for motorists, in conjunction with third-party offerings. After browsing specific information on a variety of driver-, vehicle- and DMV-based content on Drivers-Licenses.org, visitors can choose to purchase a comprehensive Drivers Easy Guide, which is comprised of in-depth content, tips and directories regarding a plethora of driver-related topics, from what to do if you have a suspended license to the benefits of holding an ID card if you are unable to acquire a driver’s license. Drivers-licenses.org’s original content is packaged in an organized, navigable eBook, which is regularly updated through an in-house auditing process to keep the state-specific data, links and forms as current as possible.

    In addition to the Drivers Easy Guide, each consumer is offered other valuable driver-related resources, including a monthly newsletter, The Driver’s Seat. Launched to keep subscribers informed on the rules and regulations of the road, in addition to ‘how-to’ descriptions, the latest relevant phone applications and new trends in DMV technology, The Driver’s Seat keeps readers engaged and informed on the latest U.S. auto news on a regular basis.

    Included with the purchase of a Drivers Easy Guide, patrons also automatically receive 30 days of roadside assistance from Road America. The 24-hour service is centered on driver-related satisfaction, from roadside to collision to membership programs.
    Drivers-licenses.org operates an internet resource site and business which endeavors to ensure that all of its consumers are pleased with the service and offers a full money back guarantee.

    Additionally, Drivers-licenses.org operates a customer service line and openly encourages its users to utilize this direct method of communication.
    Very truly yours,

    Customer Support Team

  33. SFA Reporter January 22, 2014 at 1:42 am Reply


    Fabrication Complaints and Responses

    1/21/2014 |Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

    Additional Notes

    Complaint: I received my notice to renew my drivers license this year from DMV and noted on the top it stated “SAVE TIME & DON’T WAIT IN LINE, RENEW YOUR LICENSE ONLINE EVERY OTHER TIME!” It referred me to the http://www.dmv.ri.gov web site. I opted for this and went on the website and followed the directions. I was prompted to the site, payment was requested, 14.99 and 1.99, a form was provided to fill out for the renewal. Then a guide for renewing drivers license was offered for printing. I did not print the guide as I did not need instruction as I have done it many times!! I printed out form for license and then I was advised that I needed to renew license in person, online is not allowed in RI.. I spoke to the women at AAA in Barrington Ri and she said she did not know why this is on the renewal form as other people have inquired about this and it is not possible. The charges to my account was listed as mydriverslicense.org 888-9446947 12/13/13 $14.99 and 12/10 $1.99. It also stated at end of transaction that I had road service for a period of time (can’t remember how much) for free!! Another product I do not need. My concern is why is DMV putting this on their form and how many people are doing this and wasting their money. I would like a refund and not sure how to contact the company. I hope you can help. Thank you

    Desired Settlement: I would like a refund of $14.99 and $1.99 as I did not need to purchase this, I thought it was to renew my license. Also, I would like BBB to question DMV in regards to this false statement on the website and why they are allowing a private party to scam customers.??

    Business Response:
    Thank you for contacting us. We are committed to customer satisfaction and offer a 100% Money-Back Guarantee. We understand that our service has not met your expectations so we have processed a full refund for this transaction. Please note, depending on your bank it may take up to 7 business days for the funds to return to your account. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    Our Service.
    The product offered through our site is the Driver License Easy Guide™, a state and service-specific guide designed to save you time by better preparing you for DMV related activities. Our team of experts has spent 1000’s of hours researching DMV services in order to provide simple to follow instructions for DMV related services. Where possible we provide and pre-fill your specific DMV forms and offer links and instructions for services that can be performed online or require a visit to the DMV. Also included as part of our service is 30 days of roadside assistance and access to DMV Advisors a service that answers your DMV related questions.
    We are not affiliated with the DMV and cannot process changes to your driver license or registration, we provide a service that is designed to save you time by better preparing you for all your DMV activities.

    Your satisfaction is our goal. Please take a moment to reply if you have any further questions or feedback. Otherwise, have a great day!

    Sincerely,

    Customer Support Team

    Consumer Response: I will monitor my account to make sure the issue is resolved as the company is stating they are voiding/refunding my money.

    BBB’s Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.

    BBB’s Final Determination: Business offered a resolution. Consumer did not pursue further with BBB and the matter was assumed to be resolved

    http://www.bbb.org/boise/Business-Reviews/publishers-book/falcon-media-llc-in-meridian-id-1000016506/complaints#breakdown

  34. SFA Reporter January 22, 2014 at 1:52 am Reply

    1/8/2014 |Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

    Additional Notes

    Complaint: I was mislead to believe I could complete an entire vehicle registration process and gave all of my credit card information before finding out this was not the case

    Desired Settlement: I want all of the money I paid refunded

    Business Response:
    Thank you for contacting us. We are committed to customer satisfaction and offer a 100% Money-Back Guarantee. We understand that our service has not met your expectations so we have processed a full refund for this transaction. Please note, depending on your bank it may take up to 7 business days for the funds to return to your account. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    Our Service.
    The product offered through our site is the Car Registration Easy Guide™, a state and service-specific guide designed to save you time by better preparing you for DMV related activities. Our team of experts has spent 1000’s of hours researching DMV services in order to provide simple to follow instructions for DMV related services. Where possible we provide and pre-fill your specific DMV forms and offer links and instructions for services that can be performed online or require a visit to the DMV. Also included as part of our service is 30 days of roadside assistance and access to DMV Advisors a service that answers your DMV related questions.
    We are not affiliated with the DMV and cannot process changes to your driver license or registration, we provide a service that is designed to save you time by better preparing you for all your DMV activities.

    Your satisfaction is our goal. Please take a moment to reply if you have any further questions or feedback. Otherwise, have a great day!

    Sincerely,

    Customer Support Team

    BBB’s Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.

    http://www.bbb.org/boise/Business-Reviews/publishers-book/falcon-media-llc-in-meridian-id-1000016506/complaints#breakdown

  35. Joe February 1, 2014 at 7:59 pm Reply

    Not a single good comment that should tell you the validity of this company. What a joke they are. I instantly canceled my card on them once the jig was up and realized this was a scam. Why is their website still able to operate? Preying on the already worried and frantic victim, no honor.

    PS- your downloadable checklist pamphlet is laugh worthy.

    • complainthandler March 31, 2014 at 9:47 am Reply

      Please be advised that I am responding on behalf of Drivers-licenses.org.
      Contrary to your allegations, Drivers-Licenses.org makes it abundantly clear that it is a privately-owned, independently operated website that hosts a well-rounded, driver-related platform for motorists, in conjunction with third-party offerings. After browsing specific information on a variety of driver-, vehicle- and DMV-based content on Drivers-Licenses.org, visitors can choose to purchase a comprehensive Drivers Easy Guide, which is comprised of in-depth content, tips and directories regarding a plethora of driver-related topics, from what to do if you have a suspended license to the benefits of holding an ID card if you are unable to acquire a driver’s license. Drivers-licenses.org’s original content is packaged in an organized, navigable eBook, which is regularly updated through an in-house auditing process to keep the state-specific data, links and forms as current as possible.
      In addition to the Drivers Easy Guide, each consumer is offered other valuable driver-related resources, including a monthly newsletter, The Driver’s Seat. Launched to keep subscribers informed on the rules and regulations of the road, in addition to ‘how-to’ descriptions, the latest relevant phone applications and new trends in DMV technology, The Driver’s Seat keeps readers engaged and informed on the latest U.S. auto news on a regular basis.
      Included with the purchase of a Drivers Easy Guide, patrons also automatically receive 30 days of roadside assistance from Road America. The 24-hour service is centered on driver-related satisfaction, from roadside to collision to membership programs.
      Drivers-licenses.org operates an internet resource site and business which endeavors to ensure that all of its consumers are pleased with the service and offers a full money back guarantee.
      Additionally, Drivers-licenses.org operates a customer service line and openly encourages its users to utilize this direct method of communication.
      Very truly yours,

      Customer Support Team

  36. SFA Reporter February 7, 2014 at 11:15 pm Reply

    We’ve since learned that the owners of drivers-licenses.org also owns Online Penny Auction dba http://www.zbiddy.com. A pattern of complaints have emerged of deceptive practices and unauthorized withdrawals.

    zbiddy

    434 S. Military Trail,
    Deerfield Bch, FL 33442
    (877) 924-3390

    Ecom Interactive, LLC
    427 N. Tatnall St., #67128,
    Wilmington, DE 19801
    (877) 924-3390

    http://www.zbiddy.com

    http://www.retailbidday.com

    As of December 19, 2012, the BBB was notified that the company is no longer in our servicing area and to contact the BBB of Delaware for further assistance.

    Prior to the move, the following is what the BBB of Southeast Florida and the Caribbean’s profile reflected on the business.

    Our file contains a pattern of complaints from consumers who state they register with this company for their online auctions and in the process provide their credit card for billing information. Consumers state their cards are then charged $99 and the consumers state they were not aware of these charges or did they approve them. Consumers state these charges are not clearly explained on their website.

    The company responds to complaints by issuing a refund or an explanation of the terms of their online agreement.

    For further assistance please contact the
    BBB of Delaware
    WWW: http://delaware.bbb.org
    Email: info@delaware.bbb.org
    Phone: (302)221-5255
    Fax: (302)221-5265
    60 Reads Way
    New Castle DE 19720

    – See more at: http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/online-penny-auction/ecom-interactive-in-wilmington-de-90026262#sthash.blXHay5w.dpuf

    http://www.bbb.org/delaware/business-reviews/penny-auctions/zbiddy-com-online-auction-in-deerfield-bch-fl-32003738/

  37. Ron Moorhead February 13, 2014 at 9:21 pm Reply

    Does anyone have the full address of “WashingtonDriversLicenses.org”? The BBB needs all that info to file a complaint. At first I was going to let it go but, I had to cancel my debit card for fear that I would get charged for anything else. I am thoroughly irritated! Please help.

    Ron Moorhead

  38. SFA Reporter March 17, 2014 at 10:15 pm Reply

    Name: Larry M
    Email:
    Website: http://nebraskadriverslicense.org
    Comment: I Googled Nebraska DMV and this website came to the top and so I used it thinking I was replacing my lost driver’s license. Instead of paying for a new license, I later realized I had bought some garbage literature that was useless to me. What a scam this is. And there is no phone number so I can call them to cancel my “purchase.” Which indicates they know they are scamming people.
    This somehow needs to get more attention so that people don’t fall prey to this rip-off.

    Thanks for listening.

  39. Jerry Scafidel May 18, 2014 at 2:04 pm Reply

    I have to add my experience to the many above. The Yahoo add was convincing with DMV in the title; but I usually look past that to the real address, which in this case was also convincing, LouisianaDriversLicense.org. The page itself looked much like the real DMV page I had used a year or so ago, so I opened it, clicked on Titles and saw no red flag as I agreed to simple questions. I put in all my details because I wanted THEM to think I was legitimate. When it came to how will you pay, I gladly put in my cc number, thinking I would get a new title sent to me. After clicking on send for my cc number, the next window said, “You can’t get a Title online, you will be sent an email with your State Information and the location of nearest DMV.” The window just as well should have said, “Got Ya ! We are not a gov’t site. Go to the REAL DMV online for your Title!”
    These people go to a lot of trouble to get an official sounding site name and official looking ad, to make the site look official. The images, the questions on the pages, quickly win your confidence just before asking for your credit card number. I suggest the state fine them and prevent them from operating their site.

  40. Sherry Hanson July 31, 2014 at 3:59 pm Reply

    Yes, it’s a scam. There is no logical reason for anyone to create a website with a dot org address and make it look like a state run driver license site. They can dispute it all they want. IT IS A SCAM AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ILLEGAL!

    Thank you for allowing us to post the truth. Go to your bank and insist upon filing a fraud alert and demand your bank overturn the charges and issue you a refund. Have nothing more to do with the site and please do not contact the site’s phone number for you will never receive any sort of refund from these scam artists.

    Fight back with the help of your banking institution only. Your bank wants to shut down this site as much as we all do. File an official fraud alert with your bank card issuer. And change your bank card with your bank as well, so this site no longer has your card information.

  41. SFA Reporter August 30, 2014 at 3:51 pm Reply

    Name: complainthandler
    Email: info@drivers-licenses.org
    Website: http://driverslicenseseasyguide.wordpress.com
    Comment: I am the Customer Service Manager for Drivers-licenses.org. On August 14th 2014, SFA Reporter posted comments and documents concerning a lawsuit purporting to be related to the owners of the company which operates Drivers-licenses.org; this lawsuit is not only unrelated to drivers-licenses.org, but is also a slanderous posting containing false information and it must be removed as soon as possible. In no way or fashion does the defendants in the lawsuit posted have any relation to the Drivers-licenses.org business. Please inform me on when this erroneous posting will be removed.

    http://www.bbb.org/boise/business-reviews/license-services/falcon-media-llc-in-meridian-id-1000016506/

    Please also note that I have been posting answers on the scamfraudalert website to assist any consumers who had posted comments in regards to purchases made on the drivers-licenses.org site, however, unbeknownst to me, my postings have since been unjustly removed by your organization without explanation. Please note Drivers-licenses.org has open channels for direct customer communication and offers full money back guarantee on all our products, no questions asked.
    We expect you will comply with my request as soon as possible.

    Customer Service Manager,
    info@drivers-licenses.org

    Time: August 29, 2014 at 9:56 am

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