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Selling Netflix Accounts Is Big Money

 

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The sale of  stolen Netflix logins is turning into the next big money maker online. The demand for Netflix accounts is creating a black market for stolen usernames and passwords. It is also seen as a safe crime with low chances of prosecution compared to stealing credit cards.

Stealing 10,000 account logins could easily turn into $20,000 very quickly as this ad shows.

Terms: You are not allowed to change the account password, or any account information (billing, login, preferences, adding or removing shows from My List, etc.) These accounts are provided for GENERAL VIEWING ONLY.

If the host for whatever reason changes their password or disables their account, I will provide a new account if something cannot be worked out with the host. This is where the support factor comes in. Accounts will be renewed or changed for the paid period. For example, if one month is paid for, and an account goes bad before the 30 day period is up, if I cannot work something out with the host, I will provide a new set of login details.

Login details are subject to last past the support period!

Pricing:
1 Month: $2 (Normally $8.99)
2 Months: $4 (Normally $17.98)
3 Months: $5 (Normally $26.97)
As you can see, this is much cheaper than paying for your own account.

I will not offer longer periods to protect both you and I. I do not know if I will be doing this for longer than 8 months or so. If a longer period is desired, a price higher than the standing structure will be offered. I do not want to end up not being able to fulfill a long term contract.

There are no refunds, as these accounts are not only subject to last longer than the paid period, and logins will always be provided throughout the period. Accounts are always checked before being provided. All accounts are sent over PM.

The most common way to steal Netflix logins is a fake app or websites offering services that require you to login with your Netflix details. Some fake Netflix apps have even been preinstalled as bloatware on some phones. Make sure to be careful where you give your login for Netflix to apps and sites. Malware is the second most common way to steal logins. Keylogers on your computer steals everything you types and then it is sold in lots to resellers. The last ways is when a 3rd party site gets hacked and you have the same username and password for both that site and Netflix. Make sure you don’t use the same password for lower end sites.

To find out if someone is using your Netflix account check your recently viewed shows. You can do that on their website by clicking here. If you see shows you did not watch it is likely your Netflix account has been hacked.

If you have been hacked the first thing you need to do is go change your Netflix password. After you do that it is suggested that you discontent your Netflix account from all devices. You can find out more about how to do that by clicking here.

As services like Netflix become a bigger part of everyday life it will increasingly become a target. It is important to treat paid services like Netflix as you would any important site.

 

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