Millions Of Netflix Subscribers Are Targeted In Email Phishing Scam

Check out the image of the email so you know if you get this fake one.

By Doug Lazy on November 6, 2017
(Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)


If you get an email from Netflix in the near future, you might not want to open. A new phishing scam is going around and millions of subscribers have already received the fake email alerting them that their account is about to be suspended.



Check out the screenshot of the email on Deadline, which includes the Netflix logo and images of original content from the company. It appears that the subject line of the email is “Your suspension notification” so if you see that pop up in your inbox, don’t click it.

The email will ask for you credit card information to reinstate the account, and if you enter it, you’re basically handing it over to someone that’s probably going to steal your identity and spend your money.

So delete the email if you get it.


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