With teachers, nurses, police officers, and more facing mandates to receive the experimental COVID-19 injection, there’s a new black market growing in the United States.
Fake vaccination cards.
Forged documents that show you’ve ‘received the jab(s).’
One scheme ran by a New Jersey woman known as ‘AntiVaxMomma’ on Instagram was recently busted by authorities.
AntiVaxMomma sold around 250 fake COVID-19 vaccination cards for $200 each.
But for an extra fee, customers could have their name entered into the New York state vaccination database.
However, undercover investigators performed a sting operation on the scheme.
AntiVaxMomma was charged for offering false documents and criminal possession of a forged instrument.
A New Jersey woman who went by AntiVaxMomma on Instagram was charged in Manhattan on Tuesday with a conspiracy to sell hundreds of fake coronavirus vaccination cards over the social media platform. https://t.co/slumYpnLCs
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 31, 2021
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