|Anthony Scott 2||17/12/2019 17:20:15|
|100 forum posts|
I am the contact for Bloobirds Radio Flyers via our website. I have recently received a personal email from a Mrs Debbie Templeton requesting club help with teaching her husband to fly.
I am suspicious because my email address is not publicised. Has anyone else heard of a similar approach?
|Engine Doctor||17/12/2019 18:46:19|
2511 forum posts
If in doubt ignore and delete the message .If they are genuine then they will be back in touch
536 forum posts
I have sent you a message, you are publicly listed in a very obvious place.
|Anthony Scott 2||17/12/2019 20:54:57|
|100 forum posts|
|321 forum posts|
Our secretary received a training request on the 15th Dec for her husband who had flown years ago and she wanted to get him back flying for his birthday next year - different name Karen Glynn.
|Brian Cooper||17/12/2019 21:28:10|
552 forum posts
Why are requests for flying training being regarded with high suspicion?
Just ask the people to go to the flying field on a Sunday to have a chat about it. . However, it might be worth suggesting better weather before having a go.
|Alan Gorham_||17/12/2019 21:46:17|
1287 forum posts
The week after the BMFA manage to get model flying training featured on BBC 1 at primetime on a Sunday and encourage interested parties to contact their local clubs and people think they are being scammed.
You couldn't make it up....
|Jonathan W||17/12/2019 22:08:50|
|124 forum posts|
Exactly! Why not mail back asking them for a telephone contact so that you can have a chat? Then you'll soon find out if they are genuinely interested or purporting to be your long lost cousin in Nigeria.
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