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Covid-19: Scammers ask for money, votes in exchange for coronavirus vaccine – Stuff.co.nz

Two new scams have cropped up as the vaccine begins its roll-out, falsely telling people they must pay or ‘vote’ to secure a jab.

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Scammers are asking for credit card and personal information in return for a Covid-19 vaccine.
Crown agency CERT NZ (the Computer Emergency Response Team) is warning the public to stay vigilant after it was notified of the two different scams.
They both first cropped up on February 20, around the same time as the vaccine began its roll-out.
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Drew Faiva is vaccinated against Covid-19 in Auckland on February 20.
The first scam involves a phone call advising that the vaccine…

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