DavidGilbert99 writes: "The trouble with in-app purchases continues, this time leading to a father being forced to report his own son, 13, for fraud after he racked up a £3,700 bill on his iPad and iPod. Doug Crossan said he had to report his son for fraud to substantiate his claim for fraud." Link to Original Source
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