Air New Zealand is warning people not to respond to scam messages offering free flight tickets.
Air New Zealand is urging customers not to respond to a scam message offering the chance to win free flight tickets.
The airline made a statement on Facebook on Sunday warning of the scheme, which advises people they have been selected to take part in a survey which could win them two free tickets.
“We only have 120 tickets remaining so hurry up,” the message reads.
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Air New Zealand said it was aware of the scam message being circulated and advised people to ignore it.
“This message is not from Air New Zealand and we advise anyone who receives this not to engage.”
The airline could not be reached for comment.