This one caught my eye for a second. I thought, “I don’t remember booking anything with American lately.” The lazy spammer didn’t even bother to include any graphics to make it look official.
Sender: American Airlines (email@example.com)
Subject: Your Order##91991988
FLIGHT NUMBER 984
DATE & TIME / NOVEMBER 17, 2011, 11:53 PM
ARRIVING / NEW YORK JFK
TOTAL PRICE / 321.56 USD
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I received the following variant on Nov. 28. No attachment this time, just a link. And this one didn’t say which airline it came from (other than the signature, “Airlines America”). The price of my mythical flight has gone up, though.
Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (gee, that’s me!)
Subject: Fwd: Re: Your Flight Order N2295-505368
FLIGHT ELECTRONIC NUMBER 590191204
DATE & TIME / DECEMBER 26, 2011, 16:13 PM
ARRIVING AIRPORT: NEW YORK JFK
PRICE : 411.35 USD
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