Thursday, 19 Apr 2018

The process of cheating by offering free tickets .. How did Emirates respond?

Latest Update: Sunday, 29 Rajab 1439 H – April 15, 2018 The process of cheating by offering free tickets .. How Emirates responded

She warned #Fly Emirates Users of social networking sites from a scam spread on these sites, the promoters claim to offer free airline tickets. If you receive a message on Facebook, Twitter or Watasab claiming that Emirates has a new promotion offering travelers the chance to get free airline tickets in conjunction with the airline’s anniversary, be careful that it’s a scam. A spokesman for the company said: “We will not give free tickets,” according to the newspaper “Gulf News.”

Emirates did not provide any further details on the latest scam, but according to information, false messages were sent saying that Emirates was giving two free tickets to 500 of its lucky customers celebrating the company’s 32nd anniversary. The counterfeit message seems to be another example of a new deception, where people are prompted to click on “fake” links to steal personal information, passwords, or login credentials.

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