Beware of COVID-19 vaccine trial scams
The Better Business Bureau is warning people about COVID-19 vaccine trial scams.
people fall for scams every day. I gave it to him. I don't I don't know why. I I don't know I did this, but I guess because I was desperate scammers can sniff out that desperation in an instant once they've got you on the hook. The scammer has come out of the woodwork for things like this, as many anxiously await the vaccine, the Better Business Bureau says scammers are taking advantage of that wait time and offering up ways to get a vaccine by telling people they could take part in clinical trials and will likely Seymour of these false offers as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket. Basically what happens is you'll end up getting a text message, possibly an email. Or you might even get like a Facebook or some kind of a social social media message stating, Hey, you could qualify for a clinical trial and make money doing it. Bad actors offering hundreds or thousands of dollars pay attention to these red flags. If you haven't inquired about a clinical trial and you get a message about one, delete it riel. Clinical trials will never ask you to pay them. You shouldn't give your Social Security number and never share financial information like your bank account or routing number. If you get the text message or the email, they'll ask you to click on a link or download some kind of a document. If you're downloading a document, you could be putting malware on your computer, and that's a big problem because they're trying to take all of your information. And if you click on a link, they might be fishing through your personal information.