"12 Months Netflix Without Expenses" Phishing Scam and Spam Email

12 Months Netflix Without Expenses Phishing Scam and Spam Email

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The fake email message below, which claims that Netflix is inviting a few hundred users to watch their favorite movies and TV series for free for one year is a scam. Online users who click on the links in the fake email message will be taken to spam or malicious websites where they will be tricked into buying counterfeit products, fake or malicious software, or even taken to phishing websites that steal online account credentials, financial and personal information. Therefore, recipients of the Netflix scam are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it.

The "12 Months Netflix Without Expenses" Scam

Flix AU <newsletter@email.customer-service-desk.com>

12 months Netflix without expenses



Watch all your favorite TV series without any costs


FLIX has been officially launched in Australia

As might you know, our website allows you to watch all your favourite movies & TV series. From now on you can watch all of your favourite movies anytime you like and however you like without any costs

To make good start in Australia, we are inviting 300 Australian users to watch all of our movies & TV series with no cost for one year (you can cancel it any time).

Only 300 first users will be accepted. So act first.


Regular price :

11.99 AUD a/month


NO COSTS / 12 months

Ultra HD available

Watch on your laptop,phone and tablet

No ads

Unlimited films and TV shows


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  • June 26, 2018 at 11:42 PM by an anonymous user from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    I got ripped of by organizejobs. I never heard of this before. I'm 80 years old pensioner and they told me that I won a iPhone for $1; they took $56; 56 from my account.


  • May 1, 2018 at 11:20 AM by info

    Received via email:

    "I am writing to inform you that this page Organizejobs.com through a false advertisement of Netflix deceives people to pay with their credit cards such false advertising, in the capture that sent says "NETFLIX 1 $ FOR 12 MONTHS".

    At the moment to cancel internally you are subscribing to the page of them for an amount of $ 50, then tells you that to cancel the subscription you must register your data in a box that they put but it is a lie when the cut of your card that value is charged.

    This happened to me with a Spotify advertisement and I lost my money. At that time I searched the web and it came out that the page did not exist and now I review Instagram again I see those false advertisements. Please let him know so that they stop scamming people.

    Thank you very much."


  • April 13, 2018 at 11:31 PM by an anonymous user from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    I just received this email, whilst it's not about Netflix it appears to be a similar scam involving "Flix" Luckily I'm beginning to learn there's no such thing as a feebie on the Internet.

    Someone, somehow has given my email address to some outlet which seals in this type of garbage, I'm receiving so much it lately and it appears to be getting worse. Here's a copy and paste of the email:



    Your #1 streaming service

    HI Sxxxxxx,

    Did you know you can watch 12 months without any spending?

    As you probably know we've been selected as #1 streaming service of Australia!

    To celebrate this amazing fact we're giving away 150 Premium accounts to our most active members and guess what:


    Selection: heliplanes@yahoo.com

    12 months FLIX Streams


    Please continue to the next page to complete the registration.

    This invitation will be valid for 24hrs.



  • April 1, 2018 at 5:04 AM by an anonymous user from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    I’ve recieved it but unfortunately went through to payment page, once there, I realise my mistake. What should I do now as it was still sitting in Trash.


    • April 1, 2018 at 9:00 AM by info

      Change your password. And, if you have submitted your credit information, contact your bank for help.


  • November 16, 2017 at 3:08 PM by an anonymous user from Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

    Many thanks for the very useful information, I am being bombarded with these ads. I did smell a rat and searched google, glad I deleted all on arrival.



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