Online scams are nothing new…but one keeps rearing its ugly head. No, Delta is not giving away free tickets. If you see an advertisement on Facebook that looks too good to be true…it is.
Although this has been going on for years, different variations of the same scam continue to appear. On Facebook you’ll see an ad that looks something like this–
And if you click through (don’t do it, I did it for you), you’ll be taken to a survey page. Note the date in the screenshots below. I just took these pictures moments ago.
Telltale sign…grammar errors. It’s should be its. And what a goofy question anyway.
Are you satisfied by Delta “Airline”? It’s Air Lines…
Once you answer the three question, you will see the following:
Don’t share. The magic free tickets don’t come. Instead, you personal information and that of your contacts and friends may be compromised.
How Delta Will Contact You
Delta will only contact you via its official channels. Official Delta Air Lines pages can be found at:
- Instagram @delta
Consider this offer like the gracious notes from your long-lost Nigerian friend that often arrive in your email inbox. No, the gentleman does not need you to repatriate his millions of dollars. And no, Delta is not giving away free tickets. Ever. If you see something like this on Facebook, report the post.