Montgomery County Police Are Warning Residents About a Speed Camera Email Scam

Department only notifies violators by postal mail


Montgomery County police are warning about scam emails for traffic violations.

Via Montgomery County Police

County residents have reported receiving fraudulent emails seeking payment for speed camera and red-light camera violations, Montgomery County police say.

In a warning message posted to Facebook, police say people in Montgomery County and in other parts of the country have reported receiving the phishing emails. 

The police department notifies camera violators by postal mail only, and does not issue emails or phone calls, the agency posted. 

Scam emails should be ignored.

If residents have questions about a Montgomery County speed or red light camera violation, they can call the Safe Speed Enforcement Unit at 240-773-6050.

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