Scammers Using COVID-19 Vaccination Cards People Posting Online to Get Information

by: Jesse Inman, Ozarks First

People are posting their vaccination cards online after getting their COVID-19 vaccine shots. However, The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says you should think twice before posting.

Southwest Regional Director of the Better Business Bureau Stephanie Garland said there is too much valuable information on the cards to pass them around.

Scammers can learn the following information about you from the vaccination cards:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Where you were vaccinated

This scam is happening locally and all over the world. Garland says they’ve seen a scam formulate from this in the UK.

More information on this Scam can be found with the full feature on the Ozarks First Website.


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