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The S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV)
SCDMV receives complaints about illegal or fraudulent acts by a dealership
If you have a possible claim of an illegal or fraudulent act committed by a dealership Complete Form DE-002C and email to email@example.com or fax to (803) 896-8172
You can also file complaints with the SCDMV about: discrimination, fraud, misconduct, unlicensed or suspected illegal activity involving a product, service, employee, or company that the SCDMV oversees or regulates such as a certified driver training school or third party tester. In response to such complaints, the SCDMV may encourage compliance with state and federal laws, pursue administrative actions, and/or refer the complaints to the appropriate agencies for follow-up or enforcement actions.
If you have a complaint or need to report fraud, you should complete the: Customer Complaint Form (SCDMV Form AD-800C and email it to the SCDMV.
For more information on reporting fraud: http://www.scdmvonline.com/Fraud-Hotline