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Debated on forum area but decided to post it here.

In case anyone receives an "official looking" Anti-theft Expiration Notice with a supposed fee waiver of 399.00 within just a few days of the date of the notice .... don't get taken in and don't do anything besides feeding the notice into the shredder.

There is no need to attach decals by some org that "...works with Law Enforcement....to recover..."

Any thief worth their salt can easily look under hood and doors and remove any attached stickers as if that was any deterrent even if left alone. Worst case you compromise personal data and end up at some point with an invoice from a boiler room in Boca Raton, FL

Whois lookup from Centralops
dmin Name: PERFECT PRIVACY, LLC
Admin Organization:
Admin Street: 12808 Gran Bay Parkway West
Admin City: Jacksonville
Admin State/Province: FL
Admin Postal Code: 32258
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.9027492701

Their DNS server Whois lookup
Admin Name: Avishay1 Abrahami
Admin Organization: Wixpress Ltd.
Admin Street: 2601 Mission St
Admin City: san Francisco
Admin State/Province: California
Admin Postal Code: 94140
Admin Country: United States
Admin Phone: 4152903740
 

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Yep, paper shredders are a good thing. It is amazing how 'others' get your data and then try to take advantage. Junk mail are just like junk phone calls. Dump them all. Don't encourage them!
 

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Thanks for your advice. I did receive this notice but was very suspicious about it's official tone, so I checked google and found your advice. It has been fed into my shredder now. :)
 
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