Google Begins to Send Emails to Return Purchases in-App Made by Minors

After his meeting with the EC, we have seen how Google began to take measures against integrated shopping applications of the Play Store. After preventing the games that include them to show how free, and even begin to show the range of prices for these purchases, has now reached question time return to parents the money spent without his consent by their minor children.

In this case the measurement is taken after reaching an agreement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and as a result, Google has begun to send emails to all users that you have made in-app purchase to request them to review that could have been made by minors, and thus repay them the money.

The agreement with the FTC reflects that the search engine company will have you that return a minimum of $ 16 million consumers whose children have made shopping integrated between 1 March 2011 and November 18, 2014.

In the mail that Google has sent to consumers, it gives them a whole year, until 2 December 2015, to review your expenses, remember if they have been carried out without their consent, and send their claims.

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