Don't Fall for These Alleged COVID-19 Scams

From fake cures to bogus test kits, con artists are peddling a variety of scams to capitalize on the coronavirus scare.

One man recently told his 2.4 million Instagram followers he had developed a "cure" for the disease. 

"This is the cure right here going into mass production," Keith Middlebrook, 53, told his followers as he held up syringe. "This is going to save the world!"

He also showed off pills that claimed to be a preventative, which led him to being arrested for fraud by the FBI.