We have been receiving reports of e-mails which Miles & More members have apparently received from Miles & More. The subject line of these e-mails may, for example, be "Booking Confirmation Email". The sender displayed in the e-mail is seemingly Miles & More, with an address like "email@example.com". In the text, a credit card charge is mentioned together with a request to print a "Passenger Itinerary Receipt" by logging into the Miles & More account through a link provided within the e-mail. (und falls es hier schon mal veroeffentlich war: Sorry) "Miles & More and its airline partners do not send e-mails of this kind. They should be deleted immediately. It must be assumed that this is a "phishing" attempt similar to those which have become known in the past related to online banking accounts. By clicking links in such e-mails, customers are led to fake websites which intercept customers' personal access codes when they try to log in. Please do not use any such link to access your Miles & More account! Your Miles & More service card number and PIN might be stolen and used for fraud. As with online banking, it is advisable to always access www.miles-and-more.com directly in your Internet browser and only log into your account when you have no doubt that you are browsing the official Miles & More website. In case you have already received one of these e-mails and have clicked a link in it, please check your account immediately. Should there be any suspicious activitiy or should you be unable to access your account, please contact your Miles & More Service Center."