Delta Airlines warns that fraudulent e-mails claiming to be from the airline company are a phishing scam and may contain viruses.
The District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday that some Sedgwick County consumers may have received the messages, which contain an attachment purported to be a scammed ticket. The e-mails ask recipients to print the ticket for use.
Delta is advising customers to not open attachments or click on any links contained in the e-mails. The company also recommends users change their SkyMiles PINs and check their accounts for misuse.
District Attorney Nola Foulston advised Sedgwick County consumers to delete any e-mails if they do not recognize the sender to avoid scams and identity fraud. For more information, contact the DA’s Consumer Fraud and Economic Crimes Division at 316-660-3653 or go to www.sedgwickcounty.org/da.