Last week, I got random masks sent to my parents' house from China and this week, a trending scam landed in my inbox, and I'm pretty sure I'm not alone.

At least this time I didn't do anything wrong. I'm learning!

In case you missed it, last week I told you about the random masks I accidentally had delivered to my parents. That was partially my fault. I gave China my address... and my money... and ended up with a weird set of masks.

By the way, I asked for my money back and they told me they could only give me 60 percent because of the cost of the items I did not order and shipping. Insert facepalm emoji again.

This time, I am doing the right thing, and telling you about a Netflix scam and not clicking on any links or giving anyone any money.

I got this email from Netflix last week. Thought it was a little fishy but saved it to look at later.


Honestly I forgot about it, until my mom forwarded me the same email yesterday which really got me thinking... my mom doesn't even have a Netflix account, why would they be sending her info about my account?

Plus, my Netflix is paid through my Apple ID, AND the best part of that email is when they mention your streaming service won't actually be disrupted.

Right... because this isn't a legit email from Netflix.

So please just delete this email, and tell your mom to delete it, too!

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