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Scam Central Highlights the Risk of Posting COVID-19 Tests Online

The risks involved in posting personal information online when it comes to negative COVID19 test results.

Posted: Feb 8, 2021 9:59 AM

Although some employers and businesses require a negative Coronavirus test before returning to work, scammers are taking advantage of those leaving their personal information out there for everyone to see.

Each week Oana Schnider from the Tri-State Better Business Bureau joins us Monday mornings to discuss the dangers and risks involved to those posting the info online, for anyone to see and capitalize on.  

And is Tommy's Ordained Ministery License he purchased online legitimate?

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