A woman was recently exposed for piggybacking her ex’s Netflix account with a genius trick and the guy admitted he wasn’t even mad about it, just impressed with her genius move.
A ‘settings’ logo in your Netflix profile section could mean someone is stealing your account.
It involves creating a profile that looks like a settings icon – to avoid unwanted attention.
The genius trick was brought to light in a Twitter post.
“My brother’s ex had been stealing our Netflix for the past two months,” said @yellowgengar2 in the viral tweet.
My brothers ex had been stealing our Netflix for the past two months now by disguising her account as “settings” and honestly I ain’t even mad. I’m just really disappointed in myself for actually believing that an account named “settings” would legitimately be Netflix settings pic.twitter.com/fSn3BSCcZh
— bruh (@yellowgengar2) May 27, 2020
“By disguising her account as ‘settings’ and honestly I ain’t even mad.
“I’m just really disappointed in myself for actually believing that an account named ‘settings’ would legitimately be Netflix settings.”
In a surprise twist, the apparent ex-girlfriend in question responded to the tweet saying: “Thanks for not changing the password even after knowing.”
And even Netflix replied to the tweet with a simple: “Respect.”
In any case, check your Netflix account immediately, because you might be paying for more people’s TV habits than you want to.