December 6, 2022

U.S. Customs officials confiscated fake vaccine cards sent on the way to New Orleans

All right, thank you for this fake Kota Tulu for you on this new day. Chain cards are parked here in New Orleans Ownership and Memphis. Check out Yu Customs and Border Guards to find out this package from China. They went to the CPD officer SDAI, which was their last 15th ship. Updating their total number. They said more than 3,000 of these giant vaccine cards have been caught on Members 121 this year. Now remember this is a federal crime in the FBI, you can report a fake hit.

U.S. Customs officials confiscated fake vaccine cards sent on the way to New Orleans

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBPOs) working at the port of Memphis reportedly sent fake vaccination cards from Shenzhen, China, on their way to New Orleans’ Central Business District.


U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBPOs) working at the port of Memphis reportedly sent fake vaccination cards from Shenzhen, China, on their way to New Orleans’ Central Business District. According to a press release, the export manifesto is described as “paper card, paper” and contains 51 low-quality, counterfeit COVID-19 vaccine cards. These cards include the recipient’s name and date of birth, the vaccine maker, the lot number and the date and place the shot was given, and blanks for the disease control center in the upper right corner. However, there were misspellings, unfinished words, and some Spanish verbs were misspelled on the back. Officials say the cards could be said to be counterfeit because they were shipped by a non-CDC or medical company, and this is not the first time they have seen this shipper. To date this fiscal year, CBPOs in Memphis have confiscated 121 of 3,017 fake vaccine cards. The FBI has warned the public that buying, selling or using a fake Covit-19 vaccine is a crime and violators could face fines and up to five years in prison. “These vaccines are free and available everywhere,” Memphis Area Port Director Michael Neibert said in a statement. “If you do not want to get vaccinated, it’s your decision. But do not order a fake, do not waste my officer’s time, do not violate the law and misrepresent yourself.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBPOs) working at the port of Memphis reportedly sent fake vaccination cards from Shenzhen, China, on their way to New Orleans’ Central Business District.

According to a press release, the export manifesto is described as “paper card, paper” and contains 51 low-quality, counterfeit COVID-19 vaccine cards.

The cards are blank for the recipient’s name and date of birth, the vaccine maker, the lot number and the date and place where the shot was given, as well as the disease control center in the upper right corner.

However, there were misspellings, unfinished words, and some Spanish verbs were misspelled on the back.

Officials say the cards could be said to be counterfeit because they were shipped by a non-CDC or medical company, and this is not the first time they have seen this shipper.

To date this fiscal year, CBPOs in Memphis have confiscated 121 of 3,017 fake vaccine cards.

The FBI has warned the public that buying, selling or using a fake Covit-19 vaccine is a crime and violators could face fines and up to five years in prison.

“These vaccines are free and available everywhere,” Memphis Area Port Director Michael Neibert said in a statement. “If you do not want to get vaccinated, it’s your decision. But do not order a fake, do not waste my officer’s time, do not violate the law and misrepresent yourself.