SCAM ALERT: Fraudulent Websites Offering Driver's License Renewa - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

SCAM ALERT: Fraudulent Websites Offering Driver's License Renewals

Posted: Updated:

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Press Release: 

Recently the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office has been made aware of a scam involving the attempted renewal of Idaho driver's licenses and identification cards.

There are several fraudulent websites offering to renew your Idaho license or identification card online. Once the funds are collected and your personal information is entered, no product is given.

At this time, Idaho doesn't offer online renewal of driver's licenses or identification cards. You must visit the Sheriff's Drivers License Office to renew your license or identification card. For more information, contact the KCSO Driver's License office at (208)446-1340 or visit http://www.itd.idaho.gov/dmv/DriverServices/ds.htm

HD DOPPLER 6i
/
  • Top Stories from KHQHomeMore>>

  • Pats' Tom Brady calls Trump's NFL comments 'just divisive'

    Pats' Tom Brady calls Trump's NFL comments 'just divisive'

    Monday, September 25 2017 12:16 PM EDT2017-09-25 16:16:04 GMT

    BOSTON - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is at odds with President Donald Trump on the issue of player protests of the national anthem, calling Trump's comments "just divisive." Brady tells Boston's WEEI-FM that he "certainly" disagrees with Trump's comment that NFL owners should fire any player who refuses to stand for the anthem. 

    More >>

    BOSTON - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is at odds with President Donald Trump on the issue of player protests of the national anthem, calling Trump's comments "just divisive." Brady tells Boston's WEEI-FM that he "certainly" disagrees with Trump's comment that NFL owners should fire any player who refuses to stand for the anthem. 

    More >>
  • North Korea says Trump's latest comments are a 'declaration of war' on his country

    North Korea says Trump's latest comments are a 'declaration of war' on his country

    Monday, September 25 2017 12:15 PM EDT2017-09-25 16:15:11 GMT
    The Latest: Kim says Trump will 'pay dearly' for threatThe Latest: Kim says Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) - North Korea's top diplomat says President Donald Trump's tweet that leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" was a declaration of war against his country by the United States. Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters Monday that what he called Trump's "declaration of war" gives North Korea "every right to shoot down the United States strategic bombers."

    More >>

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) - North Korea's top diplomat says President Donald Trump's tweet that leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" was a declaration of war against his country by the United States. Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters Monday that what he called Trump's "declaration of war" gives North Korea "every right to shoot down the United States strategic bombers."

    More >>
  • German police arrest wanted man after he tries to vote drunk

    German police arrest wanted man after he tries to vote drunk

    Monday, September 25 2017 12:11 PM EDT2017-09-25 16:11:46 GMT

    BERLIN - A drunk German man who insisted on voting in Sunday's election despite lacking the necessary documents has landed in jail - after police discovered he was wanted for arrest. The unidentified 46-year-old tried to cast his ballot in the eastern town of Guben, but was turned away by election officials. The inebriated would-be voter caused a scene, prompting officials to call police. 

    More >>

    BERLIN - A drunk German man who insisted on voting in Sunday's election despite lacking the necessary documents has landed in jail - after police discovered he was wanted for arrest. The unidentified 46-year-old tried to cast his ballot in the eastern town of Guben, but was turned away by election officials. The inebriated would-be voter caused a scene, prompting officials to call police. 

    More >>