A 6-year-old boy got addicted to sports and lost Rs 12 lakh from his mother’s credit card

The boy bought a video game called ‘Sonic Forces’.

This 6 year old boy has bought a booster for his game, every time a player spends thousands of dollars on this booster the player gets a new character and more speed ….

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    14 December 2020, 1:28 PM IST

This craze about sports is often seen in children, but it is amazing to spend millions of children in the craze of sports. A similar case has come to light in the US, where a 6-year-old boy spent about Rs 12 lakh on his mother. A boy named George Johnson from Wilton Connecticut (USA) spent about 16 16,000 (about 80 11.80 million) from his mother’s credit card to buy his favorite video game ‘Sonic Forces’ on his mother’s iPad. According to the New York Post, the 6-year-old bought a booster for his game, the first being the Red Rings (99 1.99) and then the Gold Rings (.99.99). Every time you spend thousands of dollars on this booster the player gets new characters and more speed.

The 6-year-old bought it in July, and Johnson (the boy’s mother) moved in on July 9. At the time, Johnson had 25 charges in his credit card, valued at 500 2,500 (approximately Rs. 1,80,000). Mom found out that Apple Paul and PayPal have withdrawn large sums. At first he thought it was a form of fraud, then he contacted the bank.

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When his bill 1,, 2. Johnson had claimed the fraud when he reached Rs 10.10 lakh (Rs 11.99 lakh), but was told that he had been charged and charged to contact Apple.

The name of the game is Sonic Forces.

The name of the game is Sonic Forces.

When Apple reached out to Pal, he realized that this was done by his six-year-old son, who was spending money on his favorite iPad game. Apple Paul says he can’t help because he hasn’t been contacted in 60 days.

There were no restriction settings on my mother’s account

The boy’s mother says the charges were wrapped up in such a way that it was very difficult to find out if it was for a game. The mother admitted that she did not keep any restrictive settings on her account, as she did not know about them. The woman said, “Of course I’m sure if I had some plans for that, I wouldn’t have allowed my 6-year-old son to spend about 20,000 20,000 for a virtual gold ring.”