Scam artists target victims by making them think they've booked a plane ticket to Oklahoma City.
Victims of this scam receive an email that appears to be from Delta Airlines with information about their upcoming flight to Oklahoma City for June 25. The email comes with an attachment that you might be tempted to click on to find out why you have an airline ticket that you didn't book.
Clicking on files that come in suspicious emails usually ends up putting a virus on your computer or allowing a hacker into your personal files.
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