WARNING: Phishing attempt for FB accounts

Old Oct 11, 13, 9:54 am
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Exclamation WARNING: Phishing attempt for FB accounts

Enkele Flying Blue-deelnemers hebben een e-mail ontvangen waarin geadviseerd wordt het “Air France-KLM account” extra te beveiligen door op een link te klikken en in te loggen op “het beveiligd Flying Blue-netwerk”.
Deze e-mail is niet door KLM, AIR FRANCE of Flying Blue verzonden.
Log niet in via deze link. Zorg ervoor dat u zich alleen aanmeldt bij uw Flying Blue-account vanuit de beveiligde Flying Blue-omgeving.
Indien u op een link in de valse e-mail van Flying Blue heeft geklikt, adviseren wij u uw account meteen te controleren. Wanneer u geen toegang heeft tot uw account, wordt u verzocht contact op te nemen met het Flying Blue Service Centre.
Some FB members have received an email with a request to log in their account for security reasons. Those emails were not sent by FB nor AFKL.
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Old Oct 11, 13, 11:04 am
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Some Flying Blue members report receiving an e-mail in which they are advised to secure their “Air France-KLM account” by clicking on a link and logging into the “secured Flying Blue network”.
This e-mail was not sent by AIR FRANCE, KLM or Flying Blue.
Do not log in using this link. Please make sure that you only log into your Flying Blue account if you are in the trusted Flying Blue environment.
If you clicked on a link in the fake Flying Blue e-mail, we advise you to check your account now. If you cannot access your account, please contact the Flying Blue Service Centre.
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Old Oct 12, 13, 3:56 am
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Numéro d'adhérent Flying Blue : 123456789

Nous vous conseillons de supprimer tout message suspect

Cher Monsieur Jason Bourne

Certains membres Flying Blue déclarent avoir reçu un e-mail dans lequel il est demandé de protéger le « compte Flying Blue» en cliquant sur un lien, et en rentrant l’identifiant et le mot de passe afin d’accéder « au réseau securisé Flying Blue ».

Cet e-mail n’est pas envoyé par AIR FRANCE, KLM ou Flying Blue.

N’essayez pas d’accéder à vos pages personnelles Flying Blue en utilisant ce lien. Veillez à n’accéder à votre compte Flying Blue que si vous êtes dans un cadre Flying Blue de confiance.

Si vous avez cliqué sur un lien dans ce faux e-mail Flying Blue, nous vous conseillons de vérifier votre compte dès maintenant. Si vous ne pouvez pas accéder à votre compte, veuillez contacter le Centre de Services Flying Blue.

Cordialement,
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Old Oct 12, 13, 7:13 am
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Old Oct 12, 13, 3:25 pm
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I received an e-mail from FB promoting the new awards scheme : I think it is a phishing attempt from them to empty my account.
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Old Oct 12, 13, 3:31 pm
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Originally Posted by delanotre View Post
Numéro d'adhérent Flying Blue : 123456789

Cher Monsieur Jason Bourne
On a side note, in the first movie, Jason Bourne features finds a Club 2000 card embossed with his name on the Swiss safe.
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Old Oct 12, 13, 6:33 pm
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Originally Posted by bodory View Post
On a side note, in the first movie, Jason Bourne features finds a Club 2000 card embossed with his name on the Swiss safe.
Such cards are not embossed, AFAIK, DYKWIA.
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Old Oct 13, 13, 2:36 am
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Originally Posted by PaulRO View Post
Such cards are not embossed, AFAIK, DYKWIA.
The Bourne Identity was filmed in 2001 at a time where all (elite only?) AF cards were embossed. Even the first FB cards, the ones with the former logo, were embossed.

Sorry for OT.
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Old Oct 13, 13, 8:14 am
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Originally Posted by bodory View Post
On a side note, in the first movie, Jason Bourne features finds a Club 2000 card embossed with his name on the Swiss safe.
Yes, even two C2000 cards under and above Amex card
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Old Oct 15, 13, 5:57 pm
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Originally Posted by bodory View Post
The Bourne Identity was filmed in 2001 at a time where all (elite only?) AF cards were embossed. Even the first FB cards, the ones with the former logo, were embossed.

Sorry for OT.
And I am sorry too. I was unaware of the cultural, or not, reference to a film. I seem to have a natural aversion to such cults, except FQTV stuff.
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