Employee of a travel agency in Spain arrested for selling fake pcr certificates for trips abroad.
Spanish National Police arrested a woman in Fuenlabrada, Madrid, who is linked to a travel agency in the area, and sold fake PCR test certificates for 30 euros which helped make it easier for them to travel abroad. agency clients.
To do so, police claim that the employee forged the certificates using the exact same format from a recognized lab by copying his legal test certificate.
As the national police reported today, Monday, September 13, the investigation began in mid-August when the head of a laboratory reported to the central police station that someone was issuing forged certificates of a test. diagnostic test for COVID-19 infection with negative result. .
The reports appeared in the name of the company the woman worked for but did not have the required QR code and, according to the complainant, customers who purchased the results said they had not been properly reviewed by staff health, a circumstance which presents a danger to public health.
The Mossos d’Esquadra investigated two more travel agencies in January this year and arrested three people for allegedly forging PCR certificates so their customers could travel without paying them.
Those arrested were the manager and two employees of the Viatges Tánger agency, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona), which denied any involvement in the alleged crime of falsifying documents,
“It is impossible to falsify it if we have contact with the clinic,” insists one of the officials, adding that “there are 60 people who every week” go to the premises to buy a ticket “to destinations in many countries “and pay 80 euros to perform the test, necessary to prove that you are not infected with covid-19 and to be able to travel internationally.
The tests carried out in the clinic were analyzed and verified by the Teletest laboratories, insisted the travel agency.
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