COVID-19 Vaccine Scams a ‘Growing Problem’
From coast to coast, fraudsters are preying on people eager for hard-to-get coronavirus vaccinations. Scams include taking money in exchange for phony vaccine reservations, a Craigslist ad for the vaccine, telephone offers of home delivery, and text messages to set up an appointment for a vaccination. Read an AARP article to learn about the potential indicators of fraud and tips for avoiding it.
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