What is L2G*TN DOR?

First seen July 18, 2014. Last updated on July 22, 2022.


The credit card charge "L2G*TN DOR" was first recorded on July 18, 2014. It has been deemed not suspicious by our users.

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Merchant Department of Revenue Tennessee (edit)
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Phone 615-253-0704 (edit)
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Description This is a speeding ticket, driving school, or tax payment or some other payment to the State of TN. County and city tax. (edit)


Jerry caldwell on January 26, 2016

Tennessee department of revenue

Joe Steffner on May 07, 2017

I have confirmed that L2G*TN DOR 615-253-0704 is 100% legitimate. I found the reference on a credit card statement after the card was used to pay my State business taxes (franchise and excise). I called the number and the recording was the TN Dept of Revenue. This one we don't have to be concerned about any more.

business owner on March 27, 2018

This started appearing for billings for our assumed name filings for our LLC this year

Ricardo on March 04, 2019

It is the business tax, split between county and city. Mine was 2 charges of 28.65 for a small business.

TennBill on October 26, 2019

I just renewed my Tennessee Driver's License and the legitimate charge said "L2G*TN DEPT SAFETY330_615." It looks like 615 was the start of a telephone number, with Nashville's area code, but it was cut off. Anyway, the point is the "L2G" is okay. It is not a scam.

Teresa on November 09, 2021

First time I've ever seen this and I live in TN!! I am also disabled.. WHAT TAXES!!! I say SCAM!!!

Brad on July 22, 2022

I just got a charge for 56 dollars that says l2g twra nashville off. L2g they said stands for link 2 goverment but dont know why twra would charge me

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