The world’s biggest internet video service provider has been flooded with calls from Netflix users in China who want to buy their movie tickets and other services with their bank account details.
The issue has forced Netflix to launch a new service that allows customers to open a bank account and then spend money with the service.
Users can log in to their bank and use Netflix’s website to open an account.
If they want to use their account to buy other services, such as Netflix streaming, they will need to sign up with a credit card.
However, the new service does not allow people to spend money on their bank accounts directly.
Netflix says that if a person wants to spend their bank funds on a service, it will need a third-party payment provider.
In China, the most popular payment providers are JD, which operates in the country’s major cities and has more than 2,300 branches, and BankChina, which is based in Beijing and Shanghai.
JD said it had received “many complaints” from Chinese customers in the last two weeks about the problem.
“The company is aware of the issue and is working with banks and card processors to ensure that customers do not lose their bank card details,” JD said in a statement.
“JD will issue refunds to customers in order to restore their bank information.”
In the United States, Netflix has not confirmed if it is working to fix the issue.
A Netflix spokeswoman said in an email that the company is “working with all major payment processors to fix this issue and make the new account process easier for all customers.”
The company did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
While the new payment option is not currently available to consumers in the U.S., the company said it plans to roll out the service in the coming days.