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On Point Global Refunds (Fake DMV Websites)
Drivers license and vehicle registration services
File a Claim Now to Get Your Money Back
Did you pay for driver’s license or vehicle registration services online at one of On Point Global’s bogus websites like DMV.com or floridadriverslicense.org? Did you get nothing for your money or only a PDF about the renewal process?
You can apply to get back the money you lost—thanks to the Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit and $85 million judgment against On Point Global.
If you paid between January 2017 and December 2019, and you didn’t already get your money back, you’re eligible for a refund. By mid-April, you should get an email with instructions from the company handling the refunds. Legitimate emails related to this settlement will come from firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow those instructions to get your refund. Don’t wait, the deadline to apply for a refund is July 17, 2022.
If you didn’t get the email but think you’re eligible for a refund, follow the steps below to claim your refund or to see if you’re eligible.
Go to onpointclaimform.com and click "File A Claim." Follow the prompts to get your personalized claim link sent to you.
If you’re eligible, fill out the Proof of Claim form. Confirm that you weren't satisfied and that you didn’t get a refund. You don’t need to submit any documentation.
Choose how you’d like your payment: Venmo, PayPal, or check.
If you have questions about the process, use the “Contact Us” form available on the claim form here.