FMCSA has been notified of a phishing scam that commercial drivers and motor carriers may receive from the FMCSA “Assistant of Administration,” claiming you need to “complete your most recent up-to-date membership License certificate.”
If you receive any suspicious email from email@example.com or any other entity that you are not expecting or looks suspicious, please delete the email from your inbox. Once the email has been deleted, go into your deleted mail and delete it from your deleted mailbox. Doing this will limit the exposure to the phishing email.
The only legitimate way to log in to the ELDT Training Provider Registry is via login.gov. Never enter your email address and password into a third-party website claiming to give you access to the FMCSA ELDT Training Provider Registry.
How can I tell if a website is an official government website?
The .gov means it’s official.
Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.
Check the URL for https://.
The https:// helps to ensure that you are connecting to a secure website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.