SCAM ALERT: Watch For This Fake Netflix Email
If it sounds too good to be true... We've all heard that expression a million times but for some reason, people keep falling for scams. The latest scam going around involves Netflix. Be on the lookout for an email that says, "Due to the pandemic, Netflix is offering everyone a free year of service to help you stay at home. Click the link to sign up.”
Don't click the link! Don't enter your personal info! Netflix isn't in the business of giving away free content - They want your money! Scammers want your money too and they get it once you click the link and sign up. The BBB says victims are forwarded to a page that might look legit but isn't. Once there they are asked to sign up with personal and payment information.
Speaking of Netflix (the real one) did you see they are promising viewers a brand new original movie each week this year? This is great news for everyone that's spending more time at home and feels like they've watched everything available.
The streaming service is dropping a new movie each Tuesday and their films will include some A-listers like Sandra Bullock, Dwayne Johnson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Idris Elba, and Meryl Streep. Here’s the full list of what’s coming to Netflix in February.
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