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Netflix Corporate Office

Netflix Corporate Office Address

Netflix Inc.
100 Winchester Circle
Los Gatos, CA 95032

Contact Netflix

Phone Number: (408) 540-3700
Fax Number: (408) 540-3737
Website: http://www.netflix.com
Email: Email Netflix

Executives

CEO: Reed Hastings
CFO: David Wells
COO: Neil Hunt

Netflix History

Netflix was founded in 1997 by current CEO Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph.  Hastings was inspired to start Netflix after being charged a late fee for a movie rental.

The Netflix website launched in 1998 and introduced the monthly subscription pricing model in 1999.

The company went public in 2002.

By 2005, the company was shipping 1 million DVDs per day.

In 2007, the company introduced on-demand streaming video.

In 2010, the company expanded their service to Canada.

Netflix currently services the USA, Canada, Mexico, South America, the United Kingdom, Ireland and several nordic countries.  There are currently over 25 million subscribers worldwide.

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Deborah July 30, 2014 at 5:53 pm

This company has THEE most unprofessional and ill mannered customer service department I’ve ever had to deal with. They charged my account at 20 days thinking I wouldn’t catch into guess…. idk. Last I heard a month is 28-31 days!!!! I called to fix it and all the way up to supervisor level was insanely rude and unprofessional!

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Gary Johnston July 27, 2014 at 9:00 am

This company Netflix is now a horrible company! I chose what I thought was streaming + DVD service and I get DVD service that’s it, when I had Netflix for streaming back in 09 they were very humble to customers. Now, not so much! Now that their CEO
Has some money in his pockets he or someone on his staff desides that when a person makes a error due to not knowing what’s all changed, and they have all the way down to the quality of customer service reps! Did anyone else know that if they bill you for DVD service that you don’t get the ability to stream! I wasn’t aware of that until tonight, they informed me that the money I payed was for DVD only, and it was a mistake made! Because I don’t order dvds to my home! I stream them from Netflix! If I wanted to get a DVD which rarely happens I would go a half a mile up the road and get a movie for $1.24 watch it and take it back! All I hear from the Netflix supervisor is oh I’m sorry for your bad luck you have to pay 12.99 more which would mean I will have to pay around 25 for both…I only want the streaming ability I had in 09′ .I just payed Netflix yesterday and they will not switch my plan to streaming like it’s supposed to be! In 09 they had a remarkable company their reps and supers went out of there way to make things right! Now they think they can’t turn into nothing? Blockbuster did!CEO email me! Asap

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Heidie July 26, 2014 at 7:20 pm

Hi,
My name is a Heidie McCall and I’ll get right to the point.
How do you decide what to put on Netflix?
My production company the Factory West has completed a 13 episode comedy/satire TV series ready for broadcast. Each episode is 22 minutes.
The series is titled Patrishaa’s Workshop and it is out of the ordinary but extremely funny.
I have recently produced a short for Voodoo Doughnuts that involves the main character Patrishaa.
http://youtu.be/ysAcnRfOG2g Voodoo Makes A Move:
Featuring “Cat Daddy” & Tres
It sure would be terrific if you would offer this eclectic series.
To be completely honest here my husband and I are aging artists that decided to produce a TV series a few years ago and we finally have it.
We have been chastised by many for forging ahead with our muse but we came up with what could be the most unusual TV series ever! And we have season two almost ready to go.
Would you be interested in this?

Sincerely,
Heidie

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Elaine Schriber July 25, 2014 at 2:44 pm

THIS SERVICE SUCKS

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Elaine Schriber July 25, 2014 at 2:43 pm

Is Netflix going out of business? Seems like it, the new movie that come out on all on a very long wait, what do they have 5 copies, here is a brilliant idea …….WHY THE HELL DON’T YOU RUN OFF MORE COPIES I’m sorry but this service is the worst, keep this up and you will end up like BLOCKBUSTER

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