The AG’s office says that Hoosiers have received unsolicited messages about a vaccine survey scam in exchange for a free product.

INDIANAPOLIS — According to a release, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita and State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box are warning Hoosiers of a new scam targeting people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Rokita’s Office and the Indiana State Department of Health say that people have received unsolicited emails and text messages about completing a survey about either the Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca vaccine in exchange for a free product. 

Following completion of the survey, people are asked to pay for shipping and handling fees for the product. However, scammers bill them and never send the product.

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“Hoosiers should keep their guard up, safeguard their personal information, and take steps to avoid becoming victims of a scam,” Rokita said. “If you receive an unsolicited message offering money or a reward related to the COVID-19 vaccine, we encourage you to file a report with our Office’s Consumer…

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