NWA, Sun: Don't open e-mail, it's a scam

  • Article by: TIM HARLOW and PAUL WALSH , Star Tribune s taff w riters
  • Updated: July 26, 2008 - 12:00 AM

Fraudulent messages claiming to be ticket confirmations actually contain harmful software.

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Globe199Jul. 25, 08 9:40 AM

Honestly, if you can't tell that the e-mail is spam with its bad grammar and misspellings, and you didn't check with your credit card first, maybe you deserve to be charged $403.03. Good lord.

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toppings8Jul. 25, 08 9:46 AM

Please, do not open email from people you do not know.

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hfnorthJul. 25, 08 9:48 AM

They are routed by my spam filter right into my trash bin. Problem solved, as it never was created.

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mdecker918Jul. 25, 08 9:48 AM

Amen. Absolutely deserves to be at the top of the homepage! Slow news day? idiots.

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mrmaximotoJul. 25, 08 9:51 AM

speaking of bad spelling check out the way the headliner writer spelled "recipients."

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DainVeliJul. 25, 08 9:57 AM

on earth would you open an email from a sender you don't know? If it turns out it's someone you do know, they can get ahold of you other ways. Good grief.

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slingshotJul. 25, 0810:05 AM

Dam you Northwest Airlines

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DainVeliJul. 25, 0810:06 AM

"recipients" is spelled correctly.

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mnduck23Jul. 25, 0810:11 AM

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RanickJul. 25, 0810:12 AM

I hope they can get this solved before any of the public trust is eroded, they really are a great little airline, and unlike NWA they haven't bilked the state coffers and made a dash for the door.

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