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Stark County residents getting fake COVID-19 vaccination calls phishing for personal information

Stark County
Posted at 12:37 PM, Jan 26, 2021

STARK COUNTY, Ohio — The Stark County Health Department is warning residents about phony COVID-19 registration calls targeting their personal information.

“We have been made aware of scam calls in our area that are impersonating our staff,” the agency said. “They are asking for social security numbers and other sensitive information.”

SCHD said that it never asks for someone’s social security information over the phone.“We want to make sure that you do not fall prey to them.”

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