Scammers Cash In On Vaccine Verification Confusion

Scammers Cash In On Vaccine Verification Confusion

June 3, 2021

Some activities might require you to show that you’ve been vaccinated or had a recent negative COVID-19 test. Right now, there’s no standard way to prove you’ve been vaccinated or tested negative. A patchwork approach of solutions to vaccine verification gives scammers an opportunity to cash in on the confusion. Here’s how to stay ahead of the scammers. Read a story from the Federal Trade Commission.

 

 

 

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