TexasDLC.org Review

We were trying to renew my wife’s drivers license and the texasdlc.org website represented itself as being part of the Texas DPS. Unfortunately the timer on the screen did manage to make it feel urgent and I failed to notice the small details that would indicate this as a phishing scam website. They charged $24.98 for a simple page redirection, which they made feel like it was part of the Texas DPS online renewal process. All the information they charge for is absolutely free and only through their manipulation of search engine results do they appear at the top of the online list. They guarantee 100% satisfaction, shown on their website, and I am far from being satisfied.

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