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DVLA SCAM!!

Beware all of you who license your vehicle online. If you receive an email purporting to be from the DVLA asking you to update your details because of a database problem.... DON'T!

You will be told that if you fail to do so, your licence will be invalid. You will be asked for your name, address and vehicle make along with your credit card details including your 3 digit security number.

It certainly looks genuine, and even has a real link to the DVLA website. IT IS A SCAM TO ROB YOU!!!

The DVLA advise anyone who receives one of these or any similar email not to open the link and delete the email. More details are available from the DVLA site by clicking HERE.

If you are worried about licensing your car online, remember that licences can be renewed at the Post Office counter which is due to open at Morton's Spar on Monday 2nd November.

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