Another scam (SW Airlines)?

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Pat-inCO

Hawkeye
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In the AZ oven (Phoenix basin)
I have started receiving E-mails that say they are from South West Airlines,
that tell me they want to give me a "bonus". Well . . . . . . since the last time
I was on an air plane was over twenty five years ago, I'll just say I'm skeptical
that they really want to "give" me anything (not contagious). :roll:

None have been opened, all have been immediately deleted.

Anyone else receiving these potential "gifts"?
(I'm betting on yet another E-mail scam)

P.S. ONE copy I just ignore. Multiple E-mails that say they are from the same
source, make me wish I had the same system privileges I had on mainframes.
(I could transfer them to other locations without opening them, . . . these
would go to .gov scam processing) 8)
 

coach

Hunter
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Jacksonville, Maryland
I do fly a bit and all I get from Southwest are adds for low fairs or reward points, etc. They never want to just give me anything by linking to something. Probably a phishing ploy.
BTW- if the name on the emails is South West (two words), it's definately a scam.
 
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Keep in mind that "Southwest" is one word. That may be one indicator it is a scam. Their emails also show the tricolored heart that is also on their aircraft. This is their 'official' site: https://www.southwest.com/ Most everything I get from them reflects what is seen there in some way.
 

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