If you haven't had any recent dealings with the Dept. of Motor Vehicles, that e-mail may not really be from them.
An email fraud alert has been issued by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
Spokeswoman Courtney Heidelberg says if you receive an email from the DMV and haven't been doing business with the agency lately, you should delete the email even though it looks official.
It appears that cyber-crooks are trying to get bank account information in what's known as a phishing scam.
You are advised to make sure your anti-virus software is updated on a daily basis and take extra steps to ensure that your banking information and social security number are protected.
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