SALT LAKE CITY — A woman is facing charges after she allegedly ran a scheme that charged travelers hundreds of dollars to receive a counterfeit negative COVID-19 test at Salt Lake City International Airport.

Linda Tufui Toli, 28, a Salt Lake City resident, now faces one count of wire fraud for her involvement in the scheme.

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Documents explain that from July 2021 until at least September, Toli intercepted calls from travelers trying to schedule a COVID-19 test from his then-employer, “XpresCheck,” which has a location at the airport for people who need proof of a negative test in order to travel to restricted areas, such as Hawaii.

After intercepting a call from a client, Toli allegedly canceled appointments via “XpresCheck” and falsely told travelers they only needed a letter to get to their destination.

Toli then arranged for “travellers to purchase what she knew to be counterfeit negative COVID-19 test results from her, instead of obtaining legitimate COVID tests from XpresCheck,” the documents explain.

She would ask them to pay for the test by sending money to her personal Cash app or her husband’s Venmo account and charge between $200 and $250 per fake test result.

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“It was the object of the scheme and artifice to defraud Defendant Linda Toli to obtain money from travelers that was intended for, and rightfully belonged to, her then-employer, XpresCheck, through misrepresentation, misrepresentation, deception and omission of material made, and then to divert the money for its own use,” the documents state.

The amount of money Toli made from the scheme and the number of travelers who were scammed were not disclosed.