Warning against the risk of fraud from a fake government online service

Fraud alert

As part of the efforts to combat internet scams, the Prince’s Government is drawing attention to and warning of the possibility of fake online services that are very similar to those set up by government agencies.

The Monaco Cyber Security Agency (AMSN) recently thwarted fraudulent activity relating to the exchange of foreign driving licences by disabling this link: https://teleservicegouv-monaco.info/

Anyone who has fallen victim to a scam through this site, which has resulted in financial loss, or who has transferred personal data to: circulation@teleservicegouv-monaco.info or mclimousine.recrutement@outlook.fr is encouraged to contact the Police Department.

As a reminder and for your information, all the Government of Monaco’s online services contain ‘gouv.mc/’ in their address. If you are asked to open a link or website that does not contain the words “gouv.mc/”, we strongly recommend that you do not open it.

The official address for online procedures in the Principality is: https://monservicepublic.gouv.mc/

Source: Government Portal

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