Netflix Free Pass Due to Coronavirus Pandemic Scam

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Netflix Free Pass Due to Coronavirus Pandemic Scam

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Scammers are posting fake "Netflix Free Pass" message in an attempt to trick their potential victims into visiting a fake Netflix website. On the fake website, visitors are tricked in believing they have received free access to Netflix via a so-called "Free Netflix During Quarantine" offer.

The "Netflix Free Pass Due to Coronavirus Pandemic" Scam

The "Netflix Free Pass Due to Coronavirus Pandemic" Scam

Due to the CoronaVirus pandemic worldwide, Netflix is giving some free pass for their platform during the period of isolation. Run on the site cause it will end quick! pass for their platform during the period of isolation. Run on the site cause it will end quick! netflix-usa.net/?free-isolation

The Fake Netflix Website

The Fake Netflix Website

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are giving away totally free access to our platform for the period of isolation, until the virus is contained. Please, to participate, please respond first:

netflix-usa.net/?free-isolation

On the fake Netflix website, visitors are asked to ask a few questions and then asked to share the same website on WhatsApp in order to receive their so-called free Netflix pass. But, it doesn't matter how many times the fake post is shared, the victims will never receive the free pass they were promised.

And, the website displays ads that will take potentials victims to websites that may trick them into installing unwanted apps or purchase unwanted services.

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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Netflix Free Pass Due to Coronavirus Pandemic Scam