Mistakes happen. Usually small, but sometimes unavoidably and strikingly large, such as the case when a printing vendor for the Orange County Tax Collector inadvertently mailed the wrong motor vehicle renewal
information to the wrong homes and the wrong recipients, those with expiring registrations. Those responsible were swift to take responsibility, acknowledging human error over any fears or allegations of fraud.
According to a letter sent out on Wednesday:
Cathedral Corporation is the vendor that Orange County Tax Collector relies on to accurately process your vehicle registration renewal, acting in our capacity as the print vendor for the Orange County Tax Collector’s office. We inadvertently mailed your vehicle registration renewal notice to another customer; conversely you received another customers’ notice. The information contained in the notice included a VIN, vehicle make and model, and tag number. It did not include your personal address, driver license number, social security number, or other sensitive personal identifying information.
All is well, says Orange County, regarding the swift correction to their error of motor vehicle identification numbers.
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