No Netflix is not the problem, a phishing scam, however, is out that you should be aware of.
Since so many of us now receive our entertainment over the internet, it is a good gamble that you might have Netflix.
Again many of us have it set up to bill once a month from some sort of banking institution whether it be your bank, credit card or PayPal. The e-mail looks like it came from Netflix until you look a little closer at the sent from.
Netflix AT dallas180.arvixeshared.com (don’t e-mail to it…)
You will notice it is not Netflix.com
The message is telling you that they were unable to get your payment info and if you don’t update the info soon you will lose Netflix.
Then, of course, there is a link that they want you to follow.
God only knows how many will fall for this. Considering it was sent to tens of thousands you can bet a percentage will click and update. Always check to see that the sending e-mail is legitimate. IE Netflix.com and, hover over the link and make sure it stays Netflix.com and not something like I posted.
If you question it at all, call the institution or get online, not following any link from an e-mail and check for yourself. Once they get money from your account, if that is indeed their ploy it will be gone. The ploy could simply be to get you to click so they can put some sort of virus or cookie on your computer. E-mail is an excellent way to get infected, and because the scheme requires input from you, your protection might just allow it.
Practice safe computing… -Best