You have kids, right?  That means that you know what it’s like to get an iTunes receipt with $30 worth if in-app purchases (IAPs) that your kid inadvertently made.  (Unless you got smart and disabled IAPs using this write-up.)  Now Apple is making nice with parents who may have paid for accidental IAPs with an e-mail to iTunes customers about how to get a refund.  Here are the steps you need to take if you think you might qualify for reimbursement:

 

Please follow the steps below to submit a refund request:
Find your in-app purchase records. Check your email for iTunes receipts or use a computer tosign in to your iTunes account and view your Purchase History.
Use this link to submit your refund request to Apple.
Provide the requested information and enter “Refund for In-App Purchases made by a minor”
in the Details section.
Apple will review your request and contact you via email about your refund status. All refund requests mustbe submitted no later than April 15, 2015.
If you have any questions or need further assistance with your refund request, please contact Apple.
To learn more about parental controls in iOS, please see this article.

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