E-commerce companies like Shopify and eBay were warned by authorities to stem online sales of sham covid-19 vaccination cards. According to top U.S. law enforcement officials, Shopify, eBay and even Twitter are being used by scammers to sell fake/blank COVID-19 vaccination cards across North America.
The CEO’s of the Big Three received letters signed by the attorneys general from 41 states, warning them about the use of their platforms to disseminate fake vaccine cards, which are regarded as a risk (?) for consenting adults residing in the respective states.
We are only joking a little bit, but since the US regime doesn’t seem to care much about what the Constitution says, what else the peasants have left to do except from trying to circumvent the respective measures by any means necessary, or start a revolution, as per the Declaration of Independence?
The point being, if the government is trying to impose anti constitutional laws and regulations, such as forced vaccinations and covid vaccination cards for the peasants, which arbitrarily restrict freedom of movement, freedom of association, and the right of the people to be secure in their persons , the peasants have a God given right not to take the vaccine and fake those documents, right?
The FBI warned sellers that “If you make or buy a fake COVID-19 vaccination record card…you are breaking the law.” The three CEO’s were asked by the feds to:
- Monitor their platforms for ads or links selling blank or fraudulently completed vaccination cards.
- Promptly take down ads or links that are selling cards.
- Preserve records and information about the ads and the people who are selling them.
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, Tobias Lütke, CEO of Shopify and Jamie Iannone, CEO of eBay were all served with warning letters from 41 states. Only nine state AGs did not sign the threatening letter: Alabama, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana and Texas.
According to Shopify officials, selling vaccine cards violates company policies and since February the company has been proactively monitoring its platform for the sale of the bogus cards.
“We look forward to continuing to work collaboratively with the state attorneys general to protect consumers from fraudulent or misleading practices related to COVID-19“
said Vivek Narayanadas, Shopify’s vice president of legal and data protection officer.