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DMV Agrees to Offer Redaction Option for Residency Requirement for Items Such as Bank Statements
HNN called the potential privacy invading circumstance to the department’s attention following an application for a WV identification card.
DVM allows, for instance, utility bills and bank statements (within 60 days) to be used for establishing residency. They do not allow medical and health related items to be used.
However, once the items verify the mailing address, they are scanned and kept with the application.
HNN objected after the fact --- the account number and balances remain on the scanned documents.
Harvey told HNN Friday, August 16, that the specific scan would be redacted and the original trashed. In addition, regional offices will be advised that residents utilizing bank statements have the option to redact the balance and account number prior to scanning.
“We get lots of cell phone bills”, Ms. Harvey stated.