The Netflix scam email below, which claims there is some trouble updating their current billing information, is being sent by scammers. The scammers are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking the link/button in the fake email that goes to a phishing website. On the phishing website, which looks similar to Netflix's legit website, visitors will be asked to sign in and enter personal and financial information. But, if they do so, the information they submit will be sent to the scammers, who will use it fraudulently.
The Netflix Scam Email
Your Netflix membership is paused.
Dear Valued Customer,
We're having some trouble with your current billing information. We'll try again, but in the meantime to keep your Netflix
membership benefits please update your payment details.
UPDATE ACCOUNT NOW
If you have been tricked by the Netflix scam email, please attempt to change your password and contact your bank if you notice any unauthorized credit card transactions.
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