About Two-Step Verification

Two-Step Verification adds an additional layer of security to your account. Instead of simply entering your password, Two-Step Verification requires you to enter a unique security code in addition to your password during sign-in

After you enter your sign-in information, you may be prompted to enter a security code. You can receive this security code in a variety of ways depending on the option you select during sign-up, including text message, voice call, or authenticator app.

We use cookies to remember your preferences, so you will not be asked to enter a security code upon each sign-in. If you clear your cookies or use a different browser or device, you may be asked again for verification. For more information, see Signing in with Two-Step Verification.

If you need help from Customer Service after enabling Two-Step Verification, you'll need to provide a security code similar to when trying to sign in to your account.

For more information on enabling Two-Step Verification, see Turning on Two-Step Verification.

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