No one ever wants their information taken advantage of, and scammers are getting creative in Montana.

Montanans have seen several creative scams over the past few years. Many of these scams include fake warrants, jury duty, or even impersonating the police to gain access to your finances. The local police have been incredible in getting information out to the public so they can be aware of what could happen to them.

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Scammers are coming up with new ways to hurt the folks of the Gallatin Valley, and we learned about a new one you need to be aware of.

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The Livingston Police Department posted on their Facebook about a new scam that has been circulating in their area, and it's a wild one.

This new scam involves a 'delivery' of something not ordered. The fake delivery man takes a picture of your photo ID and signature. When they obtain these two things, they can transfer your property into their names without you even knowing.

Photo by Claudio Schwarz via Unsplash
Photo by Claudio Schwarz via Unsplash

This scam usually involves them transferring the title of your car into their name without you even knowing.

So what can you do? It's simple. Delivery drivers will never ask you for your identification. If the delivery driver persists about seeing your ID, ask what company they work for or their supervisor's name. If they don't accommodate these questions, immediately call the police.

This is a terrifying scam, and everyone needs to be safe. These scammers are getting more creative every day, and this one is impressive.

For more details, check out Livingston's PD Facebook.

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