The Better Business Bureau says don't get caught up in the latest scam involving free airline tickets.
Tom Gallagher says area residents are receiving letters from US Airlines.
He says it's a phishing expedition to obtain personal information from you.
Gallagher says the problem is to start is that there is no US Airlines and the scammers want you to bite on the bait and call them. He says don't. You could lose your identity and ruin your credit.