Selling Fake COVID Vaccine Cards
A person behind an Anti-Vax Instagram Account has been selling fake COVID Vaccine Cards. The girls name is Jasmine Clifford who allegedly sold the cards for $200 in her Instagram account.
Clifford or also known as @ AntiVaxMomma on Instagram has been charged on selling fake COVID vaccination cards.
She began selling the vaccination cards in May , through her Instagram Account according to the Manhattan district attorney office.
Clifford managed to sell 250 cards via Instagram. Additional charges were also field against 15 people involved in the fake vaccination card scheme.
Clifford was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree. Offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, and conspiracy in the fifth degree.
Of the 250 people who bought the fake cards, 13 of them are all believed to be frontline employees in hospitals and nursing homes. They are charged with one count of criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree.
Company prohibits anyone from “buying or selling fake or even genuine COVID-19 vaccine cards” , was said prom a Facebook spokesperson.
FBI announced in March that despite the fact that the vaccinations are available for anyone from 12 and older , the illegal sell is increasing , this thanks to sellers on Telegram Amazon and Etsy