9 Replies Latest reply: Apr 30, 2012 8:05 AM by Jim2178
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Jim2178: my point is the one who purchased the applicaitons or credit is not the one who is the credit card holder. It means the credit holder didn't permit the account holder to purchase. the problem is Apple requests all the Apple ID account holder to enter credit card information to be granted the Apple account. Does your 13y child have credit card? Of course, it will be the parents' credit card. How to prevent from such inadvertent purchase? My son's friend recently purchased ~S$1,288 applicaitons and credits with my son's iPhone in the past month. It was discovered when the credit card bill is received. What a pitty...


Inadvertent Purchase by children.