US Airways Warning Customers Over Scam

US Airways Warning Customers Over Scam

US Airways says some of their customers have reported receiving fraudulent emails, letters, and postcards.
TEMPE, Ariz. - US Airways says some of their customers have reported receiving fraudulent emails, letters, and postcards.

A legitimate US Airways confirmation email comes from 'reservation@email-usairways.com' and has the subject line 'Your US Airways flight' or 'Your US Airways flight info.' If you've received a suspicious email do not click on any links or open any attachments, just delete it.

Some have reported receiving letters and postcards promising free US Airline tickets. If you received a letter or postcard, do not call the number or give any personal information.

US Airways advises victims to report anything suspicious to the Better Business Bureau or local authorities.
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