JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- US Airways has reported that some of their customers have been receiving fraudulent emails, letters and postcards claiming to be coming from US Airways.
According to US Airways, the emails are phishing emails that may include someone else's passenger information as well as a fake confirmation code. Do not click on any links or open any attachments, delete the email.
US Airways said to look out for:
- A subject line that says 'Your US Airways fly order' or 'Your US Airways trip'
- Someone else's information under 'Passenger summary'
- A 'from' address like 'email@example.com' or 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
US Airways also reported that letters and postcards coming from a company called US Airlines are not affiliated with US Airways. This company is offering free airline tickets. According to US Airways do not call the number listed or give anyone your personal information.
If you receive a letter or postcard from 'US Airlines' report it to the Better Business Bureau or your local authorities.
For more information related to the US Airways scams go to usairways.com.
First Coast News