The body of the email contains a big red button reading "CLICK HERE TO VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT." "Failure to complete the validation process will result in a suspension of your Netflix membership," states the email, adding that "all account holders who refuse to update billing information within three days of receipt of this email will lose his/her account permanently." MORE: Best Shows to Watch on Netflix Now The grammar in the email is not perfect, but it's good enough to fool some people, especially those who themselves have imperfect English.
Clicking the big red button takes the victim to a bogus Netflix login page.
The scam uses an email with the subject line "Important Notice," according to a blog post by Michael Mc Kinnon of the Czech antivirus firm AVG.
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