Just received advice about this scam via MSN news, thought I'd pass it on in case others aren't aware of it. "Australian Netflix users have been warned to be vigilant of a sophisticated email phishing scam attempting to steal thousands of dollars from their bank accounts. The email tells recipients their last Netflix bill was accidentally charged twice and to request a refund by using the link provided. While users are taken to a Netflix log-in page that appears genuine, cyber security firm MailGuard said there are key signs the emails have been sent by scammers Those red flags include the subject line being left blank and the company's display name being misspelt as 'Netlfix', the company said in a recent blog post. In some cases, the recipient will also not be addressed correctly in the body of the email. MailGuard said the web address the scammers use also does not belong to Netflix and is instead a cheap URL bought from a cheap domain name provider. Users' details are then harvested by the fraudsters on a page asking for their credit card number."