This is why you shouldn't let your kid have access to your credit card or leaving it lying around for him to take
@18bluecat, heh you think karens are capable of learning
@18bluecat, but actually, I did have a friend who would buy user account info that came from YouTube, where he could then refine which accounts used a Microsoft Live email, since it would be the same login email and pass for Xbox accounts. He would then go and find the accounts that had credit cards connected to the account and he would buy anything and everything he wanted on Xbox Live. I don't know how he never got caught.
X to doubt
@An Average Australian, the sad thing is that it's real
300 dollars worth btw
A parent can't be that effing stupid?
I just looked it up to see how much it was, $261.99. I thought they maxed out the card or something, kind of wondering how she got a reporter to care about that small an amount.
@LightskinDarkNig, my little cousin racked up $2000 on an app before apple put in all those protections.
@hollow114, send his ass to Siberia
It’s pronounced “slacker”. Your slacker bought.
The purchase came from a couple hundred miles away and from different devices then their own XBox
@Slovak Guy , really? That would change the story.
@Bad Suggestions, that's what I read, but I don't know how true it actually is
She'll get it too. Hacker or otherwise. A kid can't enter into a contract legally. And the exchange of money is technically a contract. Even if there's no gold standard anymore.
I mean a belt is cheaper and easier
I misread Robertson as "abortion". Which is what mum should have been herself.
She looks, ahem, beat up about it.