Posting Photo Of Your Vaccine Card Can Help Scammers, BBB Warns

Posting the photos can help scammers create and sell phony vaccine cards or even hack your accounts, and open a credit card.

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- A lot of people have posted vaccine card selfies on social media to show that they are fully vaccinated. But you may want to think twice before you post that. The Better Business Bureau says stop posting photos with your card, because the card includes private information like your full name and your birth date. Posting the photos can help scammers create and sell phony vaccine cards, or even hack your accounts and then open a credit card.