For the second time this month, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is warning people about a scheme claiming to offer two free tickets.
The scheme is still making rounds on Facebook. When people click on the link for the purported free ticket offer, it allows the schemers to essentially hijack their Facebook account. Their account then posts the offer, appearing in their friends’ Facebook feeds.
In addition, following the instructions to get the free tickets also provides the schemers with their personal information

swscamFor the second time this month, Southwest Airlines is warning people about a Facebook scheme claiming to offer two free tickets.  The scheme is still making its rounds – so be cautious. When people click on the link for the purported free ticket offer, it allows the schemers to essentially hijack their Facebook account. Their account then posts the offer, appearing in their friends’ Facebook feeds. In addition, following the instructions to get the free tickets also provides the schemers with their personal information.

Here’s some more travel news you can use:

  • Spirit Airlines has wasted no time in mocking the latest reports linking Alex Rodriguez with performance-enhancing drugs. The South Florida-based carrier debuted its new airfare sale Wednesday, promising that they’d “Improve your travel performance with their PEDs.” Of course, Spirit’s version of PEDs are explained as being Price Extravaganza Deals.
  • The off-the-scale smog in Beijing has been so thick in recent days that airlines have been forced to canceled flights due to poor visibility.  Fear not travelers, they are now selling fresh air in a can for only $.80.
  • If you happen to be in New Orleans for the Super Bowl, check out the $10,000 drink package from The Windsor Court hotel.  For ten large you’ll receive two nights stay on a future visit in the penthouse, dinner in the grill room, city tours, spa treatments, and – of course – a nice buzz.