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Rise of the vaccine card black market: Online sites are charging up to $400 for blank cards as cities start enforcing mandates

Todd Anderson, a bar owner in California, was arrested for selling cards like these earlier this year which he filled out



The increasing demand by local governments and businesses that people must show proof they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 to go to restaurants, gyms and enter businesses has created a black market for fake cards and some are selling for as much as $400.

Most are being sold on Telegram, an encrypted site that is favored among people who don’t trust typical Silicon Valley giants like Facebook and Twitter.

On Telegram, people can buy vaccine cards that are approved by the CDC or NHS in Britain for between $25 and $400.

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