Airlines & Travel
SCAM: Travel scams via email try to make the recipient believe they have paid for something they did not, or that they booked a trip, or requested an upgrade. Sometimes a notice of a boarding pass is sent. A mouse-over of any link in these emails will reveal that they do not point to the website they claim to represent. [View the lower left corner of each graphic.]
WHAT TO LOOK FOR: Besides looking at the link revealed in the lower left corner of most of these scams by a mouse-over, notice that these emails lack any personal information that identifies the recipient.
CAUTION: We do not advise visiting the links revealed in these scam emails because it is possible that some of these websites might cause a computer infection.