American Airlines issues warning about e-mail scam

If you get an e-mail from American Airlines that says you purchased tickets to go somewhere and you really didn't, it could be a scam.

American Airlines says they have had hundreds of phone calls about this. They say they are fraudulent e-mails.

American says do not click on any links, open any attachments, call any phone numbers that are listed, or follow any instructions in the e-mail.

They ask that you forward the e-mail along with the header to webmaster@aa.com, so they can investigate.

The airline says they are working with law enforcement to find out who is behind this and shut down their operations.


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