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Apple to Pay Parents $100M Back from Kids In-App Purchases

Posted by Ro · June 25, 2013 7:10 pm

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Apple to Pay Parents $100M Back from Kids In-App Purchases

Calling all Parents! If you’re kiddos ran up unauthorized charges while playing with apps on your iPad or iPhone for $30 or less, you may be eligible for a FREE $5 iTunes Store Credit or FREE $5 Cash (if you no longer have an itunes account), according to a new settlement. Parents who claim unauthorized charges in excess of $30 must submit the date and amount of each purchase. Claims must be submitted by August 30, 2013. For more info or to get your refund, go to Apple In-App Purchase Litigation website!

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Thanks Michelle for the heads up!

1 Cynthia Champion June 25, 2013 at 7:57 PM

I had recent charges because of my kids and I can’t participate because it’s not before May 2 2013. It shouldn’t let the charges go through without password but it does when you are in a middle of a game. It will ask you if you want to buy something well my three year will hit yes and it still charges. It supposed to ask for password but doesn’t while in the middle of the game.

2 Jen June 27, 2013 at 11:58 AM

WOW! its not an apple story, My son had used my FB to play games and bought fb credits without my knowing and they said i would have to press charges on my 8 year old son to get the money back…

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