An email that tells you to update your payment information is a trap.
That has happened to all of us. We entered our email and found in the mailbox a message that urged us to update our payment information for online services. That clear scam for many of our readers. But there are many who don't seem to know.
At least that seems to imply latest alerts issued by United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by his acronym in English.
Where he talked about a massive epidemic of attempts to steal banking data through fake messages sent by "Netflix".
We are experiencing some problems with your current billing information. We will try again, but in the meantime you might want to update your payment details.
That is the message that begins to spread with greater power, according to the FTC. As we can see in the picture, lies are far more convincing.
You can actually get through the real Netflix email. But when the commission warns, clicking the button can issue a number of problems. Since downloading some ransomware, to steal bank details entered.
This is not the first time FTC warned about this kind of fraud with Netflix. Even they become more and more repetitive.
And as we all know, once they start growing in the United States; It's only a matter of time until the Spanish version of the same fake e-mail appears.