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FMCSA Warning Carriers About Fraud Schemes

July 22, 2014

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is warning carriers to be on the lookout for new fraud schemes as thieves try to get financial or banking information.

This comes amid a new wave phony letters being sent to companies of all sizes, with a well used template that’s been around nearly the past decade.

The newest appear to be from the “Equifax Credit Information Services – Government division – Atlanta, GA” and are signed by “Thad Brown – Senior Credit Analyst”, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

Read more about this, including what steps motor carriers can take to protect themselves from Landlinemag.com.

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