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"Millions Of People Are Cancelling Their Netflix" Scams

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"Millions Of People Are Cancelling Their Netflix" Scams

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Online users, beware of scams that claim that millions of people are canceling their Netflix accounts for other online content streaming websites. The scams are created by online scammers to trick potential victims into visiting fake and fraudulent online streaming websites that the scammers claim are alternatives to Netflix. But, the fraudulent streaming websites trick potential victims into signing up for their fake online streaming services and then charge their credit cards continuously for services they will never receive.

A Sample of the "Millions Of People Are Cancelling Their Netflix" Scam

Millions Of People Are Cancelling Their Netflix Account Because Of This One Site

Millions Of People Are Cancelling Their Netflix Account Because Of This One Site

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Online users who have been tricked by fraudulent online movie, TV Show and Sports streaming websites are asked to contact their banks and have them cancel the transactions made by the websites, refund their money, cancel the credit card being charged and get a new one. This is the only way to stop the online scammers from stealing from you.

If your bank blocks the merchant who is fraudulently charging your credit card, the scammers will change the name of the merchant and continue to charge your card.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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