American Airlines eTicket email scam

Watch out for this fake eTicket email, supposedly from American Airlines. It has an attached document which contains malware. Do not open the attachment.

Content reads as follows (the weird question mark symbols are part of the text and just mean that the email client can't display the original character):

Thank you for choosing American Airlines / American Eagle, a member of the oneworld Alliance.��Below are your itinerary and receipt for the ticket(s) purchased.��Please print and retain this document for use throughout your trip.

For faster check-in��at the airport, scan the barcode below at any AA Self-Service machine.

You must present a government-issued photo ID and either your boarding pass or a priority verification card at the security screening checkpoint.

You can now Manage Your Reservation on aa.com, where you can check in and purchase additional items to customize your journey. A variety of seating options are also available for purchase to enhance your travel with features such as convenient front of cabin location, extra legroom and early boarding.

Print your ticket from attach.

As American and US Airways merge, many changes are taking place at our airport locations. Visit Find Your Way to assist with your journey.

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