BBB Advising Residents NOT To Share You Vaccinate Card Online

The Better Business Bureau of Amarillo is warning people against a scam that includes Covid-19 vaccines.

Residents say they are receiving text messages, emails and calls of people saying they are scheduling to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.

Most times they’ll ask for cash for the convenience of making the appointment for you but the BBB says the city of Amarillo’s vaccination clinic will never call you, as the walk-in clinic is available and free to everyone.

The organization also advises against sharing your vaccination card on social media.

The vaccination cards contain your full name, birthday, vaccination site and vaccination date.

Scammers may use this information and pretend to be the authorities to ask for additional information, like your social security number.

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