Heads-up to all Netflix subscribers! You may be receiving a fake email stating that your Netflix account has been suspended, and it looks just like the real thing. They are trying to get your login information and your credit card data.
Don’t fall for this type of scam. If you want to change the settings of subscription services like this, never click on links in any email and just type the name of the site in your browser or use a bookmark that you set.
Whatever email about Netflix you see in the coming weeks… THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK.
This scam was detected on Sunday and is shown to be targeting around 110 million Netflix subscribers. The email subject line is: “Your suspension notification” and in the body of the email there is a link taking you to the fake Netflix site. This site then asks for your log-in and credit card information.
This scam is well designed and resembles the real Netflix site even down to popular Netflix shows such as “The Crown” appearing on the homepage.
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