You should be careful when opening Netflix emails. The company usually works as well as the user communication system, but the acronym in English by the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) launches a warning. Massive epidemic of data theft testing Banks through fake messages sent by the platform.
It is an email that receives an email, data to update their data, including payment method. The layout of the message is imitated Netflix communication with your customers; However, those who have fallen in have been sent by mail bank account Internet users' agitation for criminals.
Many create these e-mails taking care of the layout: they perfectly imitate Netflix communication with customers. However, to get caught up and to access the network data data, they are actually sending their bank account criminals.
It's not the first time that FTC is warning about Netflix's scam. In fact, they are constantly being repeated and there is little time before the Spanish version of the same false email.
To ensure Netflix does not have anyone with your consent, You can use the platform tool that offers complete information With regard to your account activity.
You can enter data on the "Device Playback Activity" option, which includes the date, time, IP, and even your account.
If you detect suspicious activity, log in to prevent all active devices and reset your password from the Netflix website. Also, send email or suspicious to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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