Fraudulent Ontario road test booking site could lead to identity theft: police

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Ottawa police are warning about a fraudulent road test booking website designed to gather personal information about drivers in the province.

Police say they’ve received several complaints from unsuspecting drivers who attempted to book a road test through the website “”.

Investigators say the website appears legitimate at first glance and shows up at the top of a Google search for “road test” because of paid promotion by fraudsters.

The data collected via the site is considered very valuable, as it includes a credit card number, driver’s licence number, address, date of birth and phone number, which can be used for identity theft.

Read more at National Post

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.