Two arrested for fraud with QR codes

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Two arrested for fraud with QR codes

Amsterdam – The police arrested two Amsterdammers on Tuesday, March 28, on suspicion of trading in fraudulent QR codes. The police take this form of fraud very seriously.

The municipality/GGD Amsterdam has reported fraud with vaccination registrations. These vaccination registrations were done by accounts of GGD employees whose hiring by the GGD for the injection location RAI Amsterdam had recently stopped. The suspects, a 24-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman, are said to have created false vaccination records in February and March 2022. One of the suspects was working for the GGD at the time.

As a result, buyers could incorrectly have a QR code without actually being vaccinated. These QR codes were presumably used to travel abroad, mainly to countries where the QR code was required to travel into the country at that time. Police are investigating the suspicion further. The at least 1300 buyers of false vaccination and test records of the suspects are also included in this.

The two suspects are in custody, more arrests are not excluded.

Information source: Politie.nl

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