The I-Team decided to call the phone numbers on the letters
The man on the other end of the line says they work for a company that will soon be setting up in our area but he did not name that company. When Eyewitness News asked where the man was located, he hung up. We called back and got a recorded message.
The Better Business Bureau put out an alert recently warning people that this is what is known as a "phishing scam"...
The con artists try to get our personal information...such as social security numbers...and credit or debit card numbers .
If an offer sounds too good to be true- it probably is.
U.S. Airways has an alert on their web site about the airlines scam. If you think you're the target of a scam, give the I-Team a call.
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