Authorities say a suspicious e-mail targeting Netflix users is a scam designed to steal your information.
The phony request looks like a legitimate e-mail from Netflix, with the company's logo following the same red and white color scheme at the top.
The e-mail claims that you need to update your billing and payment information. In order to do so, the e-mail includes a link that redirects you to a site that could potentially install malware on your computer or smartphone.
The e-mail will not address you by your first name, but instead, begin with "Hi dear."
The scam came to light after a police officer in Ohio, who does not have a Netflix subscription, received the e-mail.
Netflix is reminding users to never click on any attachments or open any unexpected links in an e-mail or text message.
The streaming service also warns against sharing your login or credit card information after clicking on a link.
If you have fallen victim to this scam, change your Netflix password immediately and contact your local bank to make sure nothing was compromised.
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