She had generated 200 fake QR codes to sell them on Snapchat: a contracted Vaccidrive from Villepinte (Seine-Saint-Denis) was sentenced to one year of imprisonment and six months suspended by the court of Bobigny for trafficking in forgery vaccination certificates.
The firm sentence was arranged in the form of house arrest under electronic surveillance. She was also fined 10,000 euros.
200 euros for the fake QR code
It all starts with a report to the director of the Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM) of Seine-Saint-Denis, informed “of the fraudulent obtaining of vaccination certificates certified by two unvaccinated people”, explained the prosecution. from Bobigny.
After verifications, it turned out that these two people had never presented themselves for the vaccidrive but that the “vaccine covid” software did indeed mention their vaccination on dates on which a contractual employee was working in the service of editing vaccination certificates.
During the search at the home of this woman, hired by the CPAM of Seine-Saint-Denis, were discovered “20 certificates”, nearly 7,000 euros and social security numbers, detailed the prosecution.
The respondent admitted during his custody to have generated around 200 QR codes that she sold 200 euros on the Snapchat social network. She explained that she had first generated these codes “at the request of a third party and the latter’s sister,” said the prosecution.
The sum of 10,000 euros was discovered at the home of the sister of the co-author who has not yet been arrested.
Deferment for beneficiaries
The two women were referred for immediate appearance Monday on charges of “fraudulent modification of data contained in an automated processing system of personal data implemented by the State”, “obtaining and forgery in an administrative document” and ” participation in a criminal association “.
The co-author’s sister was sentenced to a one-year suspended prison sentence and a 3,000 euro fine.
The two beneficiaries of the certificates were sentenced to two months’ suspended imprisonment and a 1,500 euro fine for the first and a 1,500 euro suspended fine for the second.
Last week, a 30-year-old woman, suspected of having drawn up false vaccination certificates in Grenoble, was indicted and placed under judicial supervision.
In Paris, six people were indicted, including two imprisoned, in an investigation into trafficking in false vaccination certificates conducted by the Paris prosecutor’s office.