Scammers seem to take advantage of every opportunity for security challenges – now American Military University advises that it’s one involving coronavirus vaccines.
“Currently,” Dr. Jarrod Sadulski writes, “there are limited quantities of the vaccine and a strong demand. For those who are eligible to receive the vaccine, an appointment is often necessary to get the vaccine.
“Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody provided a recent consumer alert warning the public of an emerging vaccine scam that involves misleading websites that charge people to make vaccine appointments. Victims are deceived into believing that they must pay money to confirm their appointment.”
Read more on this nefarious scheme in Dr. Sadulski’s post.