There is a "Hulu Refund" email scam being sent by scammers to potential victims. Therefore, if you have received a legit-looking email that appears to have been sent by Hulu saying you are eligible for a refund, do not follow the instructions in it, just delete it. The instructions in the fake email may ask you to click a link that goes to a fake and phishing Hulu website that steals account credentials, personal and financial information. Or, you may be asked to call a bogus Hulu customer support telephone number set up by the scammers behind the fake email.
I have contacted Hulu and confirmed that the email is a scam.
As soon as I get more information about this "Hulu Refund" or "Hulumail" scam, I will update this alert. If you have any information, please share it in a comment below to help inform others.
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