BBB: Don’t share your coronavirus vaccination card on social media

TACOMA., Wash. — The Better Business Bureau has a new warning for anyone who’s been vaccinated for COVID-19.

While you may want to share a selfie holding your vaccination card, the BBB says that’s a bad idea.

That’s because it could give scammers access to any personal information on the cards, such as your full name, birthday and where you got vaccinated.

Scammers could also use your real card to make a fake one.

Crooks have already been caught selling phony cards online in the United Kingdom.

The BBB suggests sharing your vaccine sticker or using a profile frame instead.

For more information on scams involving COVID-19, visit this link.