Those who click on the link and participate in the competition will be rewarded with Dh10,000. However, officials said that Emirates was not organizing such a promotion. This may be due to fraudulent tactics used to steal customers’ bank account information. The common practice of such fraudulent groups is to provide account information, including the message that the contest is a winner, and to steal money using confidential information. There are also scams that require a certain amount of processing fee to receive the prize money.
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Emirates Airlines has warned customers to be wary of such fake ads. Such promotion programs by Emirates will be announced through the official website and through the official social media handles. Before clicking on links found on WhatsApp and others, you should check the accuracy of the web address. Such links can also be a ploy to leak information into our phones and computers.
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Officials said the blue tick would be on Emirates’ official social media accounts and should be checked separately. Clicking on the link that comes with the gift ad will take you to a fake website that looks like Emirates. Authorities have warned that people are losing money on such scams. In 2018, a similar scam took place in the name of Emirates Airlines. The campaign said the company was offering free air tickets to 500 customers as part of its 32nd anniversary.
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