Here is the latest scamming incident misusing AirAsia Brand.


“FREE TICKETS for TWO”


It is so catchy we cannot stop our excitement in completing the three-step process to get that chance to win – when you’ve just seen your friends shared their post winning the tickets on Facebook.


It’s so enticing to join in when you see good, techie friend shared on their wall




” Number of Tickets Left”


Ah, yes…. it’s like a Minute-to-Win-It game show, the clock is ticking… another push for us to provide our information in a blink of an eye.


“Share and Comment” 


Now it gets fishy, but you see so many people flooding the comment section…


The scammer’s landing page, we must always check the URL for safety




STOP, LOOK, and RESEARCH


When an offer seems too good to be true, hold your excitement first and check a few details to spot if it’s a scam.


How to Avoid falling victim to a social media scam? there are a number of ways, but there’s a short-cut for BIG BRANDS…with the help of Google.


Always check their official website…. yes, OFFICIAL website if there was a scam alert announcement, if there is no published announcement yet, go visit their facebook page and ask them directly.


Their response last May 29,2017. As of that moment, there was still no press release in the media about the scam.




We may not be employees of AirAsia, but it would be helpful to notify them too to save others from being scammed.