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How to play wow and not get caught.
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My parents do not allow me to play wow anymore even though i love it and ive been playing since i was 8 first they said i cannot play wow a little under a year ago but since then ive used my moms credit to play for it and ive been playing in secret and they havnt had a clue. SO one day... like today blizzard !@#$s up and switches my payment info to an older credit card that doesnt work anymore. But luckily i had 2 payment options set up in my acc Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut i cant use those for my subscriptions. So i get my moms credit from her purse and make a new subscription and right when i click finish it say the credit card cannot be used please contact card provider and im like WTF my mom uses this card for other things. So now i have her debit card info and i scared if i use that they will catch me plz help i one dailie out form my cloud serpent(##RESPBREAK##)8##DELIM##Sas148##DELIM##Wowhead is not the place to ask for advice in this matter. Perhaps a school counselor would be more appropriate. As mentioned by others, using your parents credit card in this manner can result in criminal charges, even if your parents don't request it. I've worked for a credit card company and if your parent were ever to call in saying they haven't authorized the charge the credit card company then has every right to pursue the person using it and prosecute them accordingly. I suggest you, at minimum, stop using their credit card and considering using your own allowance or money to buy game time cards... at least then you're only defying their wishes and not the law.
No, I don't think we'll help you commit credit card fraud...though, how does she not see the charges on her card anyways?
I would say you should listen to your parents and not play WoW if they don't want you to. (Assuming this is even legit)
They're going to find out eventually, and to keep doing it like this is only going to get you in a lot of trouble. Both with them, and possibly the government since, like Adams said, this is borderline credit card fraud.
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