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Netflix prepaid subscription from amazon... legit?

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Found 9th Dec 2014
amazon.co.uk/gp/…165
Found this on amazon, wanted to buy it for myself to burn through a couple of box sets, is this legit? Seems very cheap?
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Original Poster

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_5?qid=1418130516&sr=8-5π=AC_SX110_SY165

LOL! There is Zero chance these Netflix offers are Kosher. Some people are selling years subscriptions for £5.99 now. After googling it, there are two types of yearly account being sold on eBay. If you buy a yearly code and redeem it, it has normally been purchased using a stolen credit card. Once the cardholder does a chargeback the Netflix account will be cancelled.

The second type is that the seller purchases a Netflix account with a username and Password. He or she then sells the username and password to around 20 or 30 people. Netflix then notices that 20 or 30 ip addresses are being used on one account and then cancels it.

but then again if you get 2 or more months out if it. it has paid for it self.

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djmackie2000

LOL! There is Zero chance these Netflix offers are Kosher. Some people … LOL! There is Zero chance these Netflix offers are Kosher. Some people are selling years subscriptions for £5.99 now. After googling it, there are two types of yearly account being sold on eBay. If you buy a yearly code and redeem it, it has normally been purchased using a stolen credit card. Once the cardholder does a chargeback the Netflix account will be cancelled.The second type is that the seller purchases a Netflix account with a username and Password. He or she then sells the username and password to around 20 or 30 people. Netflix then notices that 20 or 30 ip addresses are being used on one account and then cancels it. but then again if you get 2 or more months out if it. it has paid for it self.


Thanks mate, literally had no idea how it all worked, sounds very shady! I found it searching for a netflix gift card, just want to watch breaking bad over xmas, will probably just stick to the free trial then cancel when im done. How do they get away with selling such dodgy subscriptions with a huge company such as amazon?

well when i had Netflix my GF, her dad and i used it for the free trial, then about a month later got an email to try it again for 30days so done it again. not had an email inviting me back sins.

you can also set up netflix to access US one. way more programs
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 9th Dec 2014

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djmackie2000

well when i had Netflix my GF, her dad and i used it for the free trial, … well when i had Netflix my GF, her dad and i used it for the free trial, then about a month later got an email to try it again for 30days so done it again. not had an email inviting me back sins. you can also set up netflix to access US one. way more programs


Yeah I know about the VPNs had ufc and wwe network now for 9 months lol

tomtom1988

Thanks mate, literally had no idea how it all worked, sounds very shady! … Thanks mate, literally had no idea how it all worked, sounds very shady! I found it searching for a netflix gift card, just want to watch breaking bad over xmas, will probably just stick to the free trial then cancel when im done. How do they get away with selling such dodgy subscriptions with a huge company such as amazon?



Not sure if you're aware, there isn't any subscription model in place with Netflix - so if you end up running into January then cancelling it - you'll only be charged for one month. Does that make sense? For £6.99 a month I think it's excellent value.

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ipswich78

Not sure if you're aware, there isn't any subscription model in place … Not sure if you're aware, there isn't any subscription model in place with Netflix - so if you end up running into January then cancelling it - you'll only be charged for one month. Does that make sense? For £6.99 a month I think it's excellent value.

ipswich78

Not sure if you're aware, there isn't any subscription model in place … Not sure if you're aware, there isn't any subscription model in place with Netflix - so if you end up running into January then cancelling it - you'll only be charged for one month. Does that make sense? For £6.99 a month I think it's excellent value.


Yeah i knew but thanks. Il just sign uo for the free month and if it rolls over i have no problem sith paying. Never used netflix when I had it but now I want to watch breaking bad. Usually just watch whatever films I can find on sky movies
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