Scammers Now Offering Cash for Phony COVID-19 Clinical Studies

Scammers are now sending text messages claiming to offer cash compensation for phony clinical studies.

Posted: Nov 16, 2020 9:50 AM

If you thought we had seen the end of COVID-19 scams, think again.

Scammers are now sending text messages claiming to offer cash compensation for phony clinical studies.

It can be tempting to think you can help in the fight against this pandemic but don't fall for this scam.

Oana Schneider with the Tri-State Better Business Bureau joined 44News This Morning to discuss what we need to look out for.

 

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