People who post photos of their COVID-19 vaccination cards though, are putting themselves at risk of falling victim to scams, according to a new warning from the Better Business Bureau.

“When you release a photo of that card, it has your personal, identifiable information,” Sandra Guile, director of communications for the International Association of Better Business Bureaus, Inc., told “Good Morning America.” “It’s got your date of birth and your first and last name.”

“With that information, there are some unsavory individuals out there that are going to take that and they’re going to try to open up credit cards, buy cell phones, go shopping online,” she said.