Why it’s better to change your Amazon account password?
Your Amazon account allows you to purchase products worldwide, so it’s better to change your Amazon account password now and then. When you use your account for a long time without changing your password there are chances that someone might hack your account and can misuse your account. So in this post, you will learn steps about how to change your Amazon account password.
Amazon is one of the world’s leading online retailers, providing a diverse range of goods and services to clients worldwide. It began as an online bookshop but has now grown to provide a wide range of items almost everything is available on Amazon.
If you want to change your Amazon password, then you can follow the steps listed below:
1) Sign In to your Amazon Account.
First, you need to go to the Amazon website or Amazon apps and then sign in to your account.
2) Hover on “Account & Lists”
Once you are logged in hover over the “Account & Lists” dropdown which is located in the top right corner of the page.
3) Click on “Your Account”
Simply click on “Your Account”
4) Click on “Login & security”
Once you click on “Your Account” you will get to your account page. There you will see the “Login & security” option click on it.
5) Go to “Password”
On Login & Security page, you will see the Password option and there you will see the “Edit” button on the side of it.
6) Click on the “Edit” button.
By clicking on “Edit”, it will allow you to change your password.
7) Change your password
Here you have to enter your current password and also your new password and confirm your new password. After entering your new password click on “Save Changes”.
8) Update Password
When you are done with changing your password and successfully logging in, it’s better to update your password and store your updated password.
After completing all the above steps you can repeat the same process next time as well to change your password on Amazon. Continuing this process every few months, it will make your account more secure.