• Thu. Dec 1st, 2022

Fake parking tickets sent via Turo mobile app: Fairfax Police

ByCindy J. Daddario

Aug 1, 2022

FAIRFAX CITY, VA – Fairfax City Police are warning the public to be aware of fraudulent parking tickets sent through the Turo mobile app, according to a post on the department’s official Facebook page.

The tickets, which include the city seal, ask the recipient to pay a parking ticket online. Police said the tickets were fraudulent. Also, the police department does not process parking payments for parking tickets.

Anyone who received a citation through the Turo app is asked to contact Detective Ryan Foster at [email protected] or 703-385-7848.

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Fairfax City Police are warning the public to beware of fraudulent parking tickets sent through the Turo mobile app. (Fairfax Municipal Police)

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