Dear SAA customer   We would like to advise you that there is currently a phishing scam underway which, amongst other companies, targets our customers as a way of getting to your credit card and Voyager log-in details, as well as your personal information.   The scam involves emails with the subject given as: PASSENGER ITINERARY RECEIPT, “thanking” customers for their purchase, stating that their booking is confirmed, giving a booking reference number, as well as the credit card charge and then asking the customer to follow a link.   Customers are advised that these emails are NOT from South African Airways (SAA), or its Customer Care department as is wrongfully stated in the email.   SAA customers are advised that should they receive such an email they should delete it immediately and not enter any personal information.   SAA further advises customers that  no matter how authentic such emails may seem, any email supposedly from the airline that has a link to an Internet banking sign-on page, or a page requesting any personal or banking information, is not from SAA.   Never click on such a link as it will take you to a fraudulent website where your banking details, including a PIN or customer selected PIN may be compromised.   SAA will never include a link that takes you directly to a log-in page.   Marc Cavaliere Head of Global Sales

Report ID: 1318
Crime Category: Fraud
Province: Nationwide
City/Town: Nationwide
Suburb: N/A
Address: Emails
Crime Date/Time: 18 Aug 2011, 00:08 AM
Reported By: Username977
Reported Date: 18 Aug 2011, 15:08 PM
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