PETALING JAYA: A post offering fake vaccine certificates - including scannable QR codes on the MySejahtera app has gone viral on social media.
On a screenshot of the chat message on the Telegram messaging platform, there were several packages with different prices ranging from RM200 to RM1,500.
By paying RM1,500, the package promised a vaccine certificate and scannable QR code on the MySejahtera app using their own credentials.
As for the RM400 package, one gets a cloned vaccine certificate from another person.
For a fake vaccine card, it’s RM200.
The public chat group’s title also suggested that Ivermectin, an anti-parasite drug that was abused as a treatment for Covid-19.
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