Once you are logged in on Metals Registration Online, click on My Account and then go to Account Security and Update Password.
Visit Metals Registration Application Instructions and review the list of requirements to register as a Metals Recycling Entity (MRE). If you are a new user to the website, please click on New User Sign Up, then select Metals Registration Program and Create New Account.
You can login to Metals Registration Online and select Metals Registration Program. Next, look under Online Services and click on Submit Payment for a Pending Application.
Effective Oct. 1, 2013, DPS’s Metals Recycling Program will no longer accept transaction reports submitted via postal mail, facsimile or electronic mail (email) from Metal Recycling Entities (MREs) for the purposes of data entry. With the exception of entities granted an exemption, pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 1956.036(d), all MREs will be required to report transactions at the DPS website. Transactions are required within two (2) days of purchase. If you have difficulty uploading transactions, please call (512) 794-8440.
Irrigation Reports should be sent the same was as Metals Transactions. Effective Oct. 1, 2013, they are now required to be entered as any transaction. For instructions, see the next question and answer.
Login in to Texas DPS Crime Records Service and select the Metals Registration Program block. Under Online Services, select Returning User and then click on Add Transaction. The next page is where you enter your information. Click on Create Transaction at the bottom of the page and you will be alerted if there is any missing information or errors. The first box will always be checked. Check the second box if the item belongs to the person who sold you the item. Check the third box if the person was selling it for a company or if the item did not belong to them directly. Two of three boxes must be checked to allow you to Create Transaction correctly.
Login in to Texas DPS Crime Records Service and select the Metals Registration Program block. Under Online Services, select Returning User and then click on Check Application Status.
Contact the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner.