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GDOT received a complaint last week from a resident who reported receiving a call from someone who identified himself as a lieutenant with the Department of Transportation.  The caller is demanding for quick payment of speeding fines– but the Department does not collect traffic fines.

In all cases, the caller threatens the victim that he/she will be arrested immediately if the fine is not paid with a either a credit or a debit card. Anthony Rogers was another victim as he got the call last week. He said that the caller identified himself as a Fulton County Sheriff’s Office deputy who told him that if he will not pay his overdue electronic traffic fine of $357.54 over the phone, he will be arrested and sent to jail.

GDOT spokesperson Natalie Dale said that heir department does not collect any fines or fees. They are giving warning that anyone who gets this kind of call must report it to their office immediately.

If you have received a speeding ticket, please contact an experienced speeding ticket attorney Protect right to drive legally.

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