Complete with Netflix logos and a legitimate looking layout, the email is telling users that their account would be suspended because they're "unable to validate your billing information for the next billing cycle".
This is not the first time (and certainly not the last time), when Netflix users were targeted with an email scam.
Netflix officials say the company does not ask for any personal information to be sent to over email, including account passwords, Social Security numbers or credit/debit card information.
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With a subject line "Your suspension notification", the email claims unless credit card details are provided by the customer their subscription will instantly be shut down.
A recent #email scam is targeting about 110 million Netflix subscribers.
MailGuard posted an image of the email in a blog post Friday, calling it "relatively well-designed" because of its ability to generate "individualized messages with specific recipient data". Therefore, the customer should check emails carefully to separate the real one from the fake ones.
Netflix said it is aware of the ongoing scam, adding that the company takes security seriously and has measures in place to detect fraudulent activity.
A scam warning for all Netflix users. The email tells customers that Netflix needs them to update their billing information or their membership will be suspended within 48 hours.