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Vietnam’s national airline cautions against complimentary tickets

Sunday, February 25, 2018, 13:32 GMT+7

Vietnam’s national carrier, Vietnam Airlines, on Saturday recommended that prospective customers be wary of any offers of free plane tickets on the Internet.

In a press release, the airline said that in recent times, social media has been filled with links to the website http://vietnamair-flyer.club/, which promises to give two gratis Vietnam Airlines tickets to any one joining an online survey and sharing their information on social media channels.

The flag carrier said participants may unwittingly connive in a scheme of swindling others in digital space or have their personal information stolen.

Customers are advised to be careful about promotional programs from dubious websites and avoid sharing their personal information or accounts and logging in at these sites.

Official information regarding any Vietnam Airlines promotional program can be obtained from https://www.vietnamairlines.com/, https://www.facebook.com/vn.VietnamAirlines or the custome service number 1900 1100.

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Thai Xuan / Tuoi Tre News

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