The e-mails include a link to a fake Netflix page asking users to enter log-in details and eventually their personal and billing information.
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Netflix subscribers are being targeted by an email scam, which warns their accounts are about to be suspended. Once they are in, they can easily make any website look like anything they want it to be, such as a legitimate-looking Netflix login page, to trick users into providing important information.
Netflix sends out emails to its subscribers from time to time.
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The gist of the scam: The email informs the subscriber their account has been suspended because there's been trouble with the billing on their account.
A phishing email scam is targeting millions of Netflix users of the popular streaming service telling them that their accounts are in danger of suspension. This means, the email could target subscribers to steal their personal and credit card information. "Obviously we'd love to have you back, simply click restart your membership to update your details and continue to enjoy all the best TV shows and movies without interruption". You can do this by hovering over the sender's name, though some email clients will display the actual address as well.
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According to MailGuard, a website which tracks email security issues, this scam is relatively well-designed and could fool some users.