Have you been charged $49 by flickdom.net? Are you wondering why so and how to cancel subscription? Read this review to find out what Flickdom is, how it works, and how to prevent future charges.
With online scams springing, we’ve taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, texts, etc. in order to save you from making the wrong decision. Have you encountered a problem with Flickdom Net? continue reading!
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What is Flickdom?
As of May 2021, flickdom.net was a site that claimed Netflix was offering people one year of free Netflix to “help you get through COVID-19. The site claimed people wouldn’t be charged. But immediately credit card info was submitted, it stored the data but failed to give people access to Netflix.
Sadly, the site flickdom.net is no longer functioning. Still, it charges those who submitted their credit card info $49.99 monthly. Sounds ridiculous right? This is one hell of a theft!
So what do you do if you’re in this situation? How do you stop the future subscription fee? continue reading!
How to Cancel Flickdom.net Charges
Although the site is no longer functioning, the good news is this; there’s an easy way for you to cancel the charges! Follow the instructions below –
- Close any credit card as soon as a charge to Flickdom.net appears. . To protect yourself in the future, go to bank website where you have credit card and select text notifications in settings.
- If you have a good bank, like Chase, they will notify you by text immediately of the charge and ask if you made the transaction. Reply NO. Your card will be closed and a new one sent.
- In addition, Google verifies legitimate business sites that send you such messages, assuming you use it for Android (and other) platforms. Again, this added security may have to be activated in your Google account settings.
Meanwhile, always report unauthorized transactions to your card holder immediately. You may get money returned IF you report immediately.
Wendy is an Entry-Level Security Analyst who's passionate about cybersecurity and dedicated to protecting people and organizations from emerging threats.
She has spent the past ten years writing articles that reveal the alarming rise of online scams, fake products, and misleading advertising. In 2019, she left her role as a Threat Alert writer and founded SabiReviews. With more Cybersecurity certifications bagged, she knows her purpose; To educate the public about cybercrimes, to provide genuine reviews about services and products, and to stop cyber crimes.