National Moving Fraud Conference
Millions of Americans move each year, and while most of these moves are made by legitimate, licensed moving companies, in recent years there has been an alarming increase in tragic household goods moving incidents involving criminal or “rogue” movers. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and FMCSA invite state and federal government regulators, law enforcement and moving industry representatives to meet and discuss strategies on how to identify and stop moving fraud. The two day agenda will include presentations by federal and state officials and industry partners, law enforcement's, consumers and others affected by moving fraud and interested in bringing this important issue to the attention of the moving public.
National Moving Fraud Conference – Schedule
This is a two-day event, co-hosted by the TxDMV and the FMCSA. Each day of presentations will provide an opportunity to hear from speakers on what constitutes moving fraud, recent scams used by rogue movers, strategies for combating moving fraud and case studies.
|April 5 and 6, 2016||Austin||Register||Flyer|
Cancellation and Substitutions
Registrants cancelling at least 72 hours before the event can fax notice to the TxDMV at (512) 465-5652.
If you have registered, but are unable to attend, you may send another person in your place. The substitute should inform TxDMV staff at the time of seminar attendance.