The credit card or debit card charge DVLA was first spotted on December 06, 2017. This charge has been reported as trusted by 37 users, 23 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen DVLA on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

Charge Information

Merchant DVLA (edit)
Website GOV.COM (edit)
Phone Number Click to Add (edit)
Category Licence renewal (edit)
Description charge 69.99 when its free (edit)
Phone Number

What people are saying...

brian read on December 06, 2017

brian read on December 06, 2017

Charged 69.99 by surf and pay for driving licence renewal which is free, a scam allowed by DVLA to happen by sending out application form to scam company's. Charged on DVLA website, the site is not safe.

Emrys Parry on December 18, 2017

I was conned out of £69 on what I thought was a DVLA site enabling me to apply for my licence extension as I am over 70. The site is misleading appearing to be an official site of DVLA and DVLA compound it by providing the Official forms to this organisation .All they do is fill in the form send it to you to sign and send to DVLA. I am contemplating a Small Claims Court action for misrepresentation.

A Hillson on December 22, 2017

I was conned out of £69.99 when applying for my driving licence . DVLA are aware of this and allow it to happen. .

Geoff on August 29, 2018

The Fraudulent DVLA charge is only mentioned by DVLA when you phone them. If surfandpay.com is a legitimate money collecting service it should report the people it is agent for and refuse to accept payments from DVLA customers. In this day and age it should be easy enough to trace back the source of the demands and check if they are legitimate. Banks should not accept payment demands from this collection company until it has dealt with the authenticity of its customers and if possible repay monies to those who have paid.

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