Those of you who said that you would attempt to acquire a fake vaccine passport in order to be able to avoid the jab and still be able to travel, might want to think again.
Amar Shabazz from Maryland in the US, faces federal charges for distributing as many as 600 fake vaccine cards.
According to FOX News:
Amar Shabazz, 23, allegedly bought the cards through a foreign online marketplace and advertised to sell them on several social media platforms. “Covid19 vaccination card who want one,” Shabazz wrote on one account according to the charges filed against him. “$75 a pop.”
He continued to promote the cards over the following month, commenting on articles about vaccine requirements and restrictions at bars and restaurants, according to a criminal complaint. He allegedly messaged individuals to tell them he was sold out on multiple occasions.
The messages indicate that he ordered at least two batches of the cards – one batch of 300 and another of 500.
Shabazz, who had served jail time for possession of child pornography, now faces a possible sentence of up to 20 years each for mail fraud and obstruction of justice if convicted in the vaccine cards case.
Shabazz is obviously a dirtbag, as his criminal record would indicate.
Back in August, Politics Home reported that fraudsters were offering fake NHS covid passes online for £200:
After posing as an interested buyer, we were offered fake Covid vaccine certificates for £200-per-person by one administrator of the largest group identified.
They claimed they had NHS staff willing to alter medical records to ensure the certificates could be used for work or international travel.
The group we contacted has since been deleted. At least one further group we identified has also since been deleted.
What times we live in.