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Cabinet Office

November 25
09:58 2021

Poster: Beware of COVID Pass fraud

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Poster: Beware of COVID Pass fraud - Guidance for Wales

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Poster: Beware of COVID Pass fraud - Guidance for Wales, Welsh Language version

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Criminals are using the NHS COVID Pass as a way to target the public by convincing them to hand over money, financial details and personal information. The NHS App is available in England for free. The NHS COVID Pass is free. The NHS will never ask for payment or any financial details. The NHS will never issue fines or penalties relating to your NHS COVID Pass.

These resources can be used when communicating with citizens to raise awareness of fraud, to encourage people to be alert and to guide people on how to get their free NHS COVID Pass

Published 17 September 2021
Last updated 25 November 2021 +show all updates
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