I am not sure what is of value, the name, and telephone number is not. Maybe the frequent flyer number is, he said reset pin, but what pin?
Why you shouldn't throw out your boarding pass
Therese sent me this video, thank you. I am putting up, maybe I don't get it? I just don't see what is highly valuable. Although, maybe if they have this before, they could change a flight, and fly, but would need ID of you.
To me, handing a credit card, or debit card to a restaurant is 10 times more dangerous.
I don’t see much of a security risk here. All they at most will get is your name, ticket reservation number, and frequent flyer number. You can get that information by looking at the flight manifest. You should however always be cautious that is always good advice.