A COVID-19 Reminder from the NHS
The COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on the NHS, its patients and the wider health sector. To make matters worse, there has been a surge in attempted fraud affecting both the NHS and the public.
The NHS reminds everyone that in delivering COVID vaccines, it will never:
💉 Ask for or accept cash for vaccines
💉 Ask for your banking details or identity documents
💉 Turn up at your residence unannounced
Any person purporting to require these details is most likely a scammer, fronting a scam.
If you believe you are the victim of a fraud relating to the COVID-19 vaccine, please do not report this to the NHSCFA. Please report it to Action Fraud and forward any suspicious emails to the email@example.com. The NHSCFA is only able to look into fraud where the NHS in England is the victim.
[The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) is a special health authority tasked with overseeing, preventing and investigating fraud and other economic crime affecting the NHS and wider health service.]