CDOT warns of scammers threatening deportation

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DENVER -- The Colorado Department of Transportation is warning people to watch out for scammers claiming to work for the agency.

The department said it has received multiple calls from Coloradans who have been targeted.

The caller claims to be a surveyor with CDOT, then threatens deportation if they don't provide personal information.

CDOT says it is not conducting any such survey and is urging people not to give out personal information.

Anyone who receives a similar call is asked to get the caller's name and number, then hang up and contact CDOT.

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