Beware of COVID-19 scams offering to help skip the line for vaccine

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March 28, 2021 – Waiting to get the COVID-19 vaccine can be frustrating for some so it’s not surprising scammers are claiming they can help you get the vaccine much sooner.

“Scammers are feeding off the frenzy of people trying to get a vaccine by offering fake promises of early access to shots and are targeting people by social media posts, e-mails, texts, online ads and robocalls,” said Donna Rosato with Consumer Reports.

Ever since the vaccines were first announced scammers have created fake websites, texts and emails that claim they can sell you the vaccine or get you to the front of the line to get your shot. CTV News reports. | READ MORE