DETROIT – Michigan’s Attorney General Office is shedding light on a new scam of providing people with fake vaccination cards.

Dana Nessel said someone is selling blank Coronavirus Vaccination cards in an online marketplace on social media.

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“People are actually advertising that people can purchase fake vaccination cards for people who have not really been vaccinated to indicate that they have been,” Nessel said. “We now know that vaccinations are now being required with limited exceptions for all kinds of things, including universities, employers are requiring.”


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Nessel said scammers are using vaccination mandates to target people. The most recent situation in Michigan was found on social media, where someone was soliciting buyers on a Facebook group called…

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