Old Scam Making New Rounds Promises Free Online Streaming

The Tri-State Better Business Bureau is warning consumers of an old scam making new rounds. If you get an email promising a free year of Netflix the answer is, yes, it's too good to be true.

Posted: Feb 1, 2021 11:48 AM

As the pandemic lingers on, streaming services have made big bucks off people seeking to be entertained from home.

Every Monday, Oana Schneider with the Tristate Better Business Bureau joins 44News This Morning to discuss what we need to look out for.

This time we talked about an old scam making new rounds. The promise, a free year subscription to an online streaming service, if you receive an email like this it's fake and you SHOULD NOT click on any links.

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