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5-20-2011 @ 10:06AM
Blizzard has no rule that the person paying for the account has to be the same person that owns the account. I have been paying for my girlfriend's account for years, with my credit card. Just change the payment info so sonny pays with his credit card.
5-20-2011 @ 10:32AM
This, Blizzard couldn't care less anyway.. I've been account-sharing with my sisters for 3 years, and it's been great. On an aside, the writer shouldn't listen to Matt, sure you're not *supposed* to let your son take over ownership for your account, but just unsubscribe and let him re-subscribe with his card.
5-20-2011 @ 10:39AM
Where did I say he shouldn't? I said he should let him pay with game cards or whatever if the kid didn't have a credit/debit card yet. It is WORTH noting, however, that even rules Blizzard doesn't care about are still there.
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