Avoid COVID 19 Scams
Fraudsters will look for opportunities to take advantage of people, especially during times of increased stress. As a reminder, America First representatives will never ask for your PIN. We also will never reach out to you over the phone or via email to request sensitive information, such as your Social Security or account numbers.
If you receive any messaging that asks you to do this, please forward it to email@example.com and we will take the necessary steps to request the site to be taken down in a timely manner.
Additional steps that you can take to spot a scam and keep yourself protected are:
- If you get a link from a source you do not know, do not click on it.
- If you get a link from someone claiming to be from the CDC, state or other local authority claiming to have information for you, it is most likely a scam.
- Currently there are no vaccinations for COVID 19 and online offers claiming to sell the vaccine are scams.
- Watch for price gouging on essential items. Local stores are working to keep items as stocked as possible. Price gouging is illegal in many states, and if you see it report it to your local hotline.
- If you want to donate to others at this time, research it first and make sure that your money is going where you want it to go.