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Many new scams appeared this year surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. These included fraudulent COVID-19 tests, vaccines and/or treatment options, work-from-home schemes, phishing emails requesting personal and financial information in order to receive a stimulus check or other financial relief offer and more.As we move closer to having an FDA-approved vaccine for COVID-19, Police encourage you to be on the lookout for vaccine related scams. These scams may come in various formats, but here are some scam warning signs:
Police also encourage you to talk to your friends and family members about these potential scams.It is imperative for everyone to remain vigilant. This is a trying time for all of us, and unfortunately, this creates many opportunities for scammers to take advantage of folks.For more information about COVID related scams, please visit our website.Media Contact:Stephanie Williams, Police SpokespersonStephanie.email@example.com; 757-592-5618