Please share this information with your organization to help prevent fraud.

Unauthorized ticketing fraud activity has increased, and there are no signs of it slowing down.

Fraudsters will send phishing emails to entice recipients to select a “sign-in” box and enter their credentials. The sign-in link in these emails is controlled by the fraudster, allowing them to obtain the user’s GDS login credentials.

Reminder: No system provider will ever ask customers to log into the GDS via email.

Please take note of the suspicious items in the example email below:

  • The email was sent from the domain, which was created on May 17, 2022.

  • There are several spelling errors throughout: “information,” “training” and “Sabreis.”

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Safeguard your IT environment by implementing policies and procedures such as updating passwords and login credentials every 30-90 days and validating email senders and hyperlinks before clicking and engaging (i.e., opening, forwarding and replying to emails).

Learn more about how to protect your business and what to do if you are a victim of unauthorized ticketing fraud by reading this blog post and watching this Fraud Month Awareness webinar.