Are your Netflix screens occupied all the time? Do you feel that someone else is watching using your account? Well, do not worry. We are here with a quick guide on how you can check if someone is using your Netflix account and where they have logged in with your credentials.
Check If Someone Is Using Your Netflix Account
If you regularly see “Continue watching” for shows that you’ve never touched on Netflix or see that all screens are occupied, someone is probably using your account without your permission.
This usually happens when you share your account details with your friends, and they end up sharing it with their friends, leaving you in trouble. Below is how you can check if someone else uses your Netflix account and revoke account access for them.
- Open Netflix on your browser. Sign in with your account credentials.
- Now, click your profile icon at the top-right corner.
- Select “Account” from the available options.
- On the next page, scroll down and click on Recent device streaming activity.
- Next, tap on “See recent account access.”
You’ll now see the list of devices that have been watching Netflix through your account. Netflix will show you the device name and type, IP address, and the location for you to figure out and review devices that do not belong to you.
If you see someone has unauthorized access to your account, head back to the Account page and select “Sign out of all devices” to revoke signed in access for others. Furthermore, change your password in account settings, and you’re good to go.
Here’s more on how you can remove others from your Netflix account.
This was all about how you can check if someone is using your Netflix account without your permission. Do make sure to sign out of all devices and change the account password if you notice any suspicious activity. Stay tuned for more such articles.