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Crooks have leapt on the vaccine roll-out across the UK to try to scam people into handing over their credit or debit card details. Criminals have started to send out text messages with a link to a form purporting to be from the NHS. Recipients are told they are now eligible for the vaccine, but need to fill in a form to be processed for the Pfizer/BioNTech jab, which is being rolled out across the UK right now.
Clicking the link included in the text message to fill-out the form loads a website that asks for a number of personal details, including a credit card number.
The National Health Service is free at the point of use and there is no charge or deposit required to be processed for the current vaccination programme. Read from source….