Jul 7th 2010 1:16AM You'll know if you've had the fraud happen to you, as you won't be able to log in to itunes. This happened to me about a month ago. first it was a 99 cent charge, which I thought nothing of, figuring, okay, my husband purchased a song. Then there was a $41 charge. That's when I tried to see what was purchased, and couldn't log in. I cancelled the paypal authorization, contacted paypal, my bank, and apple. I had to give apple a bunch of information in order to get my account back, but I got it back (also getting to the point where I could email them was ridiculously difficult). Paypal refunded the difference, and all was good. Apple removed the charge for the items that were fraudulently purchased after I had removed the paypal authorization.
The interesting thing is, the Apple ID and password combo I had, I've never, ever entered into anything but itunes, or on my ipod, in itunes. So it must have been farmed using a keylogger of some form, or something. My husband doesn't even know the information (it's saved on his computer) so I know it wasn't him, either.
It's easier if you use paypal with itunes, all you have to do is remove the authorization. Really if you don't purchase things frequently, after you make a purchase, and it successfully hits paypal, remove the authorization. This will prevent anyone from buying anything from your account.
Jun 14th 2009 2:23PM Pavid, you're joking, right? Half of what you're claiming we've invented was actually created by other races. we were just the barbarians that smashed everything and stole their ideas.
Nov 6th 2006 11:42PM kids would love it. for about 5 minutes. maybe half an hour, tops.
Also keep in mind, kids like trampolines, they like those excercise balls, they like exercise bikes and treadmills (I've seen exercise equipment get used more by kids than the adults who purchased it for themselves). kids, at the age of those pictured, are in constant motion (and don't need this contraption to keep it).