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Monday, Sep 26, 2016
A number of bogus websites have popped up which offer flight tickets to netizens on Etihad Airways in return for completing a survey, the United Arab Emirates airlines warned on Monday (Sep 26) in a statement.
It said that in addition to the survey, these bogus sites urged participants to add a link to their Facebook account and share it with friends and other similar activities.
"Any offer of Etihad Airways flight tickets through these bogus websites is fraudulent," said the airline.
"Etihad Airways has no association with these websites whatsoever and has initiated proceedings against the owners of these sites."
The statement added that any tickets issued contrary to the airline's terms and conditions are void and will not be accepted for travel on the airlines.