Do you pay for things electronically? I do. Many people do. And sometimes, other people co-opt accounts to do so as well. I was compensated for creating this post but all opinions are my own.
That’s never fun — at least not for the person whose account it actually is.
A few years ago, while on a trip to Walt Disney World, I woke up in the wee hours, checked my email and discovered that I’d been quite busy that night buying a gaming app and making pricey in-app purchases. I remember looking at my phone screen and being totally caught off guard. I mean, of course, I’d been sleeping the whole time and don’t play games like that — but had I been sleep playing? Or maybe I totally forgot that I wanted to play some weird fantasy game?
In all seriousness, with an already stretched budget, it was the last thing I really needed at that moment. My pulse quickened, I panicked and suddenly all my passwords seemed totally inadequate. Fortunately, I was able to block access to my account, change passwords and get the charges reversed after a few hours of work in the middle of the night.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Protect Your Bubble. The opinions and text are all mine.