You Could Be a Victim of This Netflix Scam and Not Know It
An Internet security firm called FireEye is warning people of a sophisticated phishing scam targeting the credit card data and other personal information of Netflix users in the United States, KUTV reports.
According to FireEye, the scam begins with an email to the user asking them to update their login information, using a page that looks identical to the Netflix login page.
Once your login is complete, you are redirected to pages asking you for additional membership details and credit card information. As you can see from the image below, these fake pages also look identical to the real ones used by Netflix, making the scam all the more easy to fall for.
Although FireEye says that the phishing websites that they found appear to no longer be active, it's unclear how many people fell for the scam or how long it's been going on.
Netflix has a security page with tips on how to avoid being scammed, which states that Netflix will never ask for any personal information such as your login password, social security number, or payment information.
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