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Phishing attack attempts return, this time Netflix emails circulate with false "suspension notification" warns the National Police through of your Twitter account and it is that they alert all people to avoid falling into this type of false campaigns that have the sole objective of stealing personal data and credit cards.
The truth is that with the second season of Las Chicas del Cable so close nobody wants their Netflix subscription suspended and surely many will be tempted to follow the link suggested by the fake email and the truth is that they should not.
Netflix account suspension is fake
The alleged email with the suspension notification begins with a first error that reveals the intentionality and falsehood of that content,greets you with “Hi name” and the truth is that a communication of this type is personalized and will always say your name, according to the information you provided in your subscription.
In our case, Netflix Spain will communicate in our language, communications are not in English and any inconvenience that may arise with our subscription we will know it directly in the application when entering, it is not a known Netflix method to send emails with this type of information.
This type of phishing campaign is not surprising given the proximity to Christmas, last year a campaign was also started requesting to update PayPal data by email on a date close to this, also for Reyes they offered to give away a card on Amazon, but for this you had to provide your account data.
The truth is that you should be careful since emails from Netflix circulate with false "suspension notification" and the objective is to steal your bank details.