The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) has issued $27,000 in refunds.
A BMV report shows an underpayment of claims filed between July of 2017 and May of 2019 was found during a routine internal audit, and was corrected within 24 hours. These claims were filed for overcharges that occurred between 2002 and 2006.
The average underpayment was $3.36 and impacted over 8,000 Hoosier residents. All impacted customers have been notified of the additional refund by mail, email or both. The refund has been placed as a credit on their BMV account and will be automatically applied to a future transaction.
Anyone with questions can contact the BMV by email at BMVFinancial@bmv.in.gov.
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