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  1. eponymous_coward
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    It is also worth pointing out that the airlines do have one other path of recourse. In addition to banning you from flying with them, they can also close your frequent flyer account and take away all your points. Depending on how many you have banked that could be pretty painful.

    So, what if you’re crediting to another airline, not to the one you fly on (for instance, you fly DL but credit AS)? I suppose they could yank your mileage for that flight, but I doubt they could close your AS account…

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