Identity Theft Involving Financial Loss

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If your driver license or identification card number has been compromised, a new personal identification number (PIN) may help you conduct business.  However, because motor vehicle records are protected by federal and state privacy laws, they are not accessible for credit purposes and will not prevent or stop credit fraud.  To obtain a new PIN, please do all of the following:

 

Report an Incident:

  • If you have reason to believe you have been a victim of identity theft or your personal identifying information has been compromised and it has impacted your motor vehicle record you can contact MVIU to determine if your case meets the requirements for an investigation.  If you have reason to believe that your Certificate of Title paperwork has been compromised and it has impacted your motor vehicle registration process you can contact MVIU to determine if your case meets the requirements for an investigation.  Please contact MVIU at dor_investigationsunit@state.co.us

 

TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

Call toll free: 1-855-RPT-2DMV (1-855-778-2368)

or Email: dor_investigationsunit@state.co.us