Delta Airlines Email scam
I received a phishing email from Delta Airlines (or Delta Air Lines, as it is on the email), this morning that I haven’t seen before, so I thought I’d draw your attention to it. It’s obviously a scam email, but some people will open the attached zip file, particularly if they have just booked a flight to travel somewhere, without thinking.
The Delta Air Lines email had the subject line : Online order for airplane ticket N648365 and it came from a Gloria Jackson, although it used my own email address as the sender - doh! The Zip file attached was eTicket.zip (153KB)
The Delta phishing email reads:
Thank you for using our new service “Buy airplane ticket Online” on our website.
Your account has been created:
Your login: email@example.com (although it will obviously be your email address)
Your password: G6vFjbdp
Your credit card has been charged for $998.63.
We would like to remind you that whenever you order tickets on our website you get a discount of 10%!
Attached to this message is the purchase Invoice and the airplane ticket.
To use your ticket, simply print it on a color printed, and you are set to take off for the journey!
Delta Air Lines
If you receive an online order for plane ticket email from Delta Air Lines, don’t open the zip file, simply delete the email and forget about it. If you do receive a Delta Airlines phishing email, drop us a comment and let us (and anyone reading the blog), know of any variations out there. Thanks.