Malaysia Airlines warns of fake websites


Terence Wong agreed without admission or denial of liability to settle a claim that the SC was proposing to institute against him for acquiring the MAS shares between July 15 and 22, 2011.

KUALA LUMPUR:  Malaysia Airlines has issued a warning to the public about fake websites which appear to be its official website, purportedly offering free air tickets as prizes in order to obtain their personal data.

The national carrier had on Monday advises customers to be cautious of social media posts and phishing websites that appear similar to its official website https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/my/en.html

“The airline would like to advise customers to exercise caution when revealing personal data to unverified sources. 

“These websites, emails and calls should be verified on the airline’s official social media sites if in doubt,” it said.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Business News

Trading ideas: Sime Darby, Pentamaster, Perdana Petroleum, Hibiscus Petroleum and AEON Credit Service Premium
S.Korea June consumer inflation hits near 24-yr high, exceeds expectations Premium
Guinea halts Simandou iron ore project, mulls talks with new partners Premium
Industrial metals have gone from boom to bust in the space of only three months Premium
Copper hits 17-month lows on China restrictions, manufacturing data Premium
Soaring corporate tax an 'incredible vulnerability' for Irish economy Premium
S.Korea's FX reserves fall in June by most in 14 years Premium
Growth seen to moderate Premium
ECB to adjust corporate bond holdings to show climate risk Premium
Sime Darby divesting Weifang Port companies Premium

Others Also Read