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Greg and Sharon Kitchen let their five-year-old son Danny download Zombies vs Ninjas from the App Store after seeing it was a free game.But, while playing, Danny bought a 69.99 in-app purchase. He then continued to buy similar add-ons 18 more times.Keep your family safe on i Phone, i Pad, i Pod Touch, and Samsung mobile devices by easily adding our suite of parental control tools to the built-in features that come with those devices.Create custom schedules | Block 70 Apps & Games | Block Adult Content There is no time to waste when it comes to protecting your family."On Sunday afternoon Danny asked my husband for the passcode," Sharon Kitchen explained to news agency SWNS. I read a couple and thought it must be a mistake, as there were so many.

The first thing we recommend is not to share your password." In the US, Apple is now required by law to offer refunds in such cases involving children, following the lawsuit by another angry parent there.

And to be honest, I'm not sure how he did it." Kitchen then recounted the story of how she found about the 1700-worth of charges - and how she initially dismissed them as an error.

"Six o'clock Monday morning I checked my email and saw the repeated messages coming through from i Tunes.

There were a few for 69.99 and it all looked like it was the same thing, so I presumed it was a mistake.

"I didn't think much of it, so with it being Monday morning I just carried on with the day.

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