From: Midwest Airlines [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 2:40 PM
Subject: Your ticket from Midwest Airlines
Thank you for using our new service "Buy flight ticket Online" on our website.
Your account has been created:
Your login: email@example.com
Your password: PASS7O04
Your credit card has been charged for $462.57.
We would like to remind you that whenever you order tickets on our website you get a discount of 10%!
Attached to this message is the purchase Invoice and the airplane ticket.
To use your ticket, simply print it on a color printed, and you are set to take off for the journey!
Has a ticket.zip file attached to the email, would recommend NOT opening the file.
The interesting thing is that when I've gotten these in the past -- typically from "Paypal" the point of the email is to click on their link to "dispute" the charge and thus enter in all your personal information, whereas this one doesn't have any such link, just the .zip file that I'm assuming they want me to open...