The SCAM Netflix Users Are Being Tricked By Looks So Real
If you receive an email from Netflix asking you to pay over email… ABORT MISSION! ABORT MISSION!
An Irish TV producer, author and broadcaster Maia Dunphy shared screenshots on her twitter account with an email she had received.
Very convincing Netflix scam folks... Got this email which linked to a fake Netflix page looking for updated card details. pic.twitter.com/dyO5dLwYhv— Maïa Dunphy (@MaiaDunphy) August 6, 2017
The email seemed legit as it was from email@example.com… which if you're not concentrating can be very misleading.
In a message that sported the official Netflix logo, recipients were asked to update their payment info by re-entering their card details.
So obviously, it's a scam!
SCAM. ABORT MISSION. ABORT MISSION.