It has been awhile since I’ve done one of these, but I thought it was time to get back into talking about phishing scams, especially since I’ve been getting a number of Netflix Phishing Scams in my inbox lately. It means the scammers are active and are trying to scam people into giving them their credentials so they can do some financial damage.
Not to worry though, I’m here to show you how to spot these nasty Netflix scam emails by showing you the red flags to look for so that you and others will never become a victim of the scammers that create these fake emails claiming to be from Netflix.
I’ve been talking about phishing email scams that are going around these days, in particular, PayPal phishing scams that I’ve been receiving and I’ve been getting a lot of them lately. In my latestarticle, I talked about the two best ways to protect yourself from phishing scams and I’ll reiterate those here. Netflix Phishing emails are on the increase as well.
In fact, I heard on a popular radio show this morning about one in particular that’s going around and one of the people on the radio show even received that particular Netflix scam. I received that scam recently myself and that’s exactly what we’re going to take a look at today.
There are just so many scams and vulnerabilities out there that it’s almost tempting to just stay off the internet completely. You hear of so many stories of people falling victim to phishing emails and other scams that it seems there’s no way to avoid being a victim yourself.
Well I’m here to tell you that you can avoid being a victim and I’m going to show you how and what to look for. I’m going to be looking specifically at a Netflix phishing email scam and show you how to tell that it’s not a legitimate email from Netflix and other clues and indicators to look for. Without further ado, let’s jump into what a typical Netflix phishing email looks like.