Free Netflix Scam Text 1 Year Subscription
The "Free Netflix 1 Year Subscription" text message below, which claims that recipients can get a one-year Netflix subscription, is just one of the many Free Netflix scams. 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 Free Netflix Scam
Due to the pandemic, Netflix is giving everyone a free 1-year subscription to help you stay at home. Get yours here bx03z.com/xxx
Is There a Netflix 1 Year Free Subscription?
Netflix is not offering the One Year Free trials anymore. Therefore, if you have received such promotions claiming otherwise, they are scams. For a few years, Netflix offered a 30-day free trial for new customers, but the streaming giant shut down the program for good.
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