As there is talk of showing evidence of COVID vaccine or negative test, it seems that people are using Facebook to run some schemes.
A Michigan nurse has been charged with allegedly stealing and selling vaccination cards, according to court records.
“According to court records, Bethany Kirkzek, 37, was responsible for administering the vaccine dose and had access to immunization records at her hospital in Southgate, Michigan.” Guardian Report.
Kirkuk has also been accused of stealing “vaccine lot numbers” to make them look authentic.
“For four months,” Kirkzik apparently sold vaccine cards for $ 150- $ 200 per card using Facebook Messenger.
Kirkzik allegedly offered commissions to people who helped sell vaccine cards.
On August 12, Michigan Police and the Department of Ex-Military Affairs notified federal authorities of a tip about Kirkuk. Further investigation revealed that Kirkuk offered to pay a commission to help sell the card.
After receiving a tip from the authorities, it was claimed that the VA nurse would sometimes sell 3 vaccination cards for 1,000.
Saima Mohsin, acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, said, “Regardless of who chooses to receive the vaccine, we urge everyone to consider such schemes to avoid the need for vaccinations.” Don’t turn around. “
If convicted, both charges carry a maximum sentence of 10 years.
Authorities confiscated the fake cards as proof of the vaccine became needed.
As It was previously reported in August.Authorities in Memphis seized fake COVID vaccine cards containing typo.
Authorities confiscated thousands of fake COVID-19 vaccination cards in Memphis, TN, according to CNN. On his way to New Orleans, he was told that thousands of cards had been confiscated this year.
“Every night,” the CBP said, “officers are seizing shipments from Shenzhen, China, to New Orleans, Louisiana, with dozens of blank fake vaccination cards.”
Rooms, what do you guys think about getting and selling fake vaccine cards?