Nothing says, “I want to waste my money and throw it down the toilet” like falling for one of these scams from US Airlines.
Look at this crap I got in the mail. It looked so official. It was one of those envelopes that you have to tear off all the edges to reveal … what is it? … what can it be? … a fake check for $1,398.00.
It’s an AWARD NOTIFICATION for an airline that doesn’t exist. I’ve actually received one of these before several years ago. That one was a final notice, too.
Everything looks so legit!
And Suzanne Till signed it with her own dot matrix printer.
Well, Suzanne Till can rub my balls with her nubby fingers, because this shit wreaks of scam.
And google searches don’t help matters. Here’s a fun one who claims to have received take down notices from the company. That’s awesome!
Any of you have stories about these mail-order grifters? Do you have a nugget from the Confidence Artists at US Airlines Travel Union?
Remind yourselves not to fall for this like you did that faith you hold so dear. Said and done, if you can’t see the goods, it’s a scam.
For all of you who are looking this scam up, do you have any stories to relay? Please put them in the comments.