Judgments Woman tried to trade non-existent coronavirus vaccines in Virolahti – convicted of fraud

According to the prosecutor, the woman appeared as a nursing student and tried to mislead the plaintiff into paying her 150 euros for a vaccine she did not have.

Kymenlaakson the district court has fined a woman who tried to trade non-existent coronavirus vaccines door-to-door in Virolahti in January.

According to the prosecutor, the woman appeared as a nursing student and tried to mislead the plaintiff into paying her 150 euros for a vaccine she did not have. The act remained an undertaking because the plaintiff did not pay the amount claimed.

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The right coronavirus vaccines are free of charge for the recipient.

Although the economic benefit sought by the woman remained insignificant, the prosecutor argued that the act as a whole could not be considered to be insignificant, given in particular the manner of the act and the systematic nature of the perpetrator.

The district court sentenced the 54-year-old woman for fraudulent attempt to a 40-day fine, which will result in 240 euros to be paid on her income.

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