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I read it somewhere that whenever you fly on E-Ticket they will need to see the Credit Card used to purchase the E-Tickets..

My question is... Do all airlines do this? Also what if you used someone else is credit card to make the purchased like a family member for instance..

Anyone experience this on Korean Airlines?


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I read it somewhere that whenever you fly on E-Ticket they will need to see the Credit Card used to purchase the E-Tickets..

My question is... Do all airlines do this? Also what if you used someone else is credit card to make the purchased like a family member for instance..

Anyone experience this on Korean Airlines?

The only airline I've of so far doing that is PAL. Just in case, you can bring a photocopy of the card with you.


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Its absurd.. What if the plane ticket was a gift? or was purchased by family member..

I guess I will surely do that... It doesn't make any sense at all..


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i had an e-ticket from china airlines and they didn't ask for my credit card. they just asked to see my passport. call and ask the though and if they tell you they need to see the credit card that was used to purchase your ticket, explain to them that your fiance (i'm assuming) paid for your ticket. good luck.

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I read it somewhere that whenever you fly on E-Ticket they will need to see the Credit Card used to purchase the E-Tickets..

My question is... Do all airlines do this? Also what if you used someone else is credit card to make the purchased like a family member for instance..

Anyone experience this on Korean Airlines?

I flown Korean Air all of the three times I have visited the Philippines and each time I've used a E-ticket. Never have they asked me to show anything other than my PassPort. Don't worry and just enjoy your trip home then back here with your family..


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I read it somewhere that whenever you fly on E-Ticket they will need to see the Credit Card used to purchase the E-Tickets..

You should stop reading information from whatever place was that you read this

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Philippine Airlines told me I needed that, and the website for Cathay PAcific did as well.

There point of view is a lot of fruad with "webcam" performers getting such information from guys. My credit card, says ask for ID or call for verification if not present.

I made a copy of my ID and Credit card (front and back), and e-mailed it to her to have. As well, I printed that page out, took it to a notary and signed it saying the ticket was purchased for her use, etc. I then mailed it pormptly.

By the way, her ticket (Philippine Airlines, Manila to LAX.....$710!!!!). Then it was a cheap $160 ticket to Dulles.......in total 1/2 of what I paid just a month ago!!

Philippine Airlines told me I needed that, and the website for Cathay PAcific did as well.

There point of view is a lot of fruad with "webcam" performers getting such information from guys. My credit card, says ask for ID or call for verification if not present.

I made a copy of my ID and Credit card (front and back), and e-mailed it to her to have. As well, I printed that page out, took it to a notary and signed it saying the ticket was purchased for her use, etc. I then mailed it pormptly.

By the way, her ticket (Philippine Airlines, Manila to LAX.....$710!!!!). Then it was a cheap $160 ticket to Dulles.......in total 1/2 of what I paid just a month ago!!

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I've been flying all the time before using E-ticket and they didnt asked what credit card i used to, they are only after in checking ur passport. Yap, i tried Korean Air too, same scenario, they just check my itinerary and passport.


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The message I got from reading previous posts is if you buy your Phil Significant Other an e-ticket from the US PAL will have him/her show copy of credit card before issuing boarding pass.


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if your flight is outbound Manila and your ticket is purchased overseas, the ticket holder should be able to present the credit card used to purchase the e-ticket or a photo copy of the same. this is the current practice in the philippines, due to the high incidence of identity theft/credit card fraud in North America, its to verify if it was indeed the card holder who purchased the ticket.

identity theft/credit card fraud is likewise the reason why a US issued credit card cannot book through any Philippine based airline e-ticket facility.


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My then fiance bought the ticket for me and used his credit card to do that, hence I used E-ticket. They didn't ask me for the credit card or at least a photocopy of it. I just showed my passport as proof of my identity and then they gave me my boarding passes. Didn't have any problems at all.

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