A family man is shocked when he suddenly receives a bill that has washed up. In the end, even his car has to believe in it – for a children’s mobile game.
Colwyn Bay (Wales) – You can imagine how shocked a 41-year-old family man must have been when electronic mail fluttered into the house, with a hefty bill. At first he thinks it was a joke or even a misunderstanding, but in the end the sad reality shows up.
The father of three, who is an independent doctor by profession, finally finds no less than 29 e-mails in his post about online invoices for alleged transactions between two and 120 euros that he is said to have made. But it quickly turns out that it wasn’t he himself who fell into a subscription trap, but his son!
He added that he had no idea what his son was doing. Unfortunately! Because in order to pay the high bill, the Briton, who with his wife still has an eleven-year-old and a one-year-old daughter, now has to sell the urgently needed family car, a Toyota Aygo.
In his distress, the desperate man even turned to the customer service of the US software company Apple. “I said to customer service: ‘Well done, you ripped me off, you managed to rip my child off,'” he continues. You can find out more here whether the bill for the children’s mobile phone game was refunded to the father of three.* *24auto.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.