Twitter apologizes for sending emails to confirm accounts by mistake

MADRID, April 23 (2021) –

Twitter apologized after multiple platform users received emails claiming they needed to confirm their accountsand you have claimed that they were sent in error.

This has been stated by the Twitter support account, which has explained that affected users do not have to confirm their accounts and can simply dismiss the email in question.

These messages were sent to users of the platform who had not performed any action that required the confirmation of their accounts, and according to the support account, it happened “by mistake.”

The email message sent by Twitter was similar to the one sent by Twitter when users first activate a newly created account. “We are sorry that it happened,” the company apologized.

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