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4-year-old accidentally buys $2600 worth of SpongeBob Popsicles on Amazon

4-year-old accidentally buys $2600 worth of SpongeBob Popsicles on Amazon

A 4-year-old boy from Brooklyn accessed his mother’s Amazon account and accidentally ended up buying nearly $2,600 worth of nonrefundable SpongeBob SquarePants Popsicles. 918 Popsicles arrived from Amazon at the family’s address. Amazon has refused to refund the order. However, a family friend has since set up a GoFundMe to help cover the cost. As of Saturday, over $15,000 has been raised.

Clara
Clara
cledge fenrir
cledge fenrir 1 months

1. How does a child that age know how to order online? 2. How do they have access to credit card number and online account? 3. Did the mother get a confirmation email? And those are just the questions off the top of my head.

Mr. Doc
Mr. Doc 1 months

Time to start a business. People would pay top dollar to a cute 4 year old selling popcicles. Talk about a great learning opportunity 😉👍

White mana matters
White mana matters 1 months

Nice. Now re-instate Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense fund... No? Figures.

JustMy.02
JustMy.02 1 months

And they say the stupid can’t profit in a Capitalistic society. I would say a $12,400 profit on an initial $2,400 investment all within a couple of weeks was pretty stellar 🤔

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

It's not an accident, it's just shit parenting

GreenMachine
GreenMachine 1 months

The mom should have seen the confirmation email. That being said Amazon makes it very easy to buy. The payment and shipment info is saved. Click "buy now". Boom. It's a little insidious. But that's business. Ppl would buy a much if it wasn't so "convenient".

John W
John W 1 months

They should start a diabetes fund for that kid. 51 cases? I hope they gave them away or something. Cotton candy flavor?

Delta Jade
Delta Jade 1 months

Oops...

Dave
Dave 1 months

Now I'm going to sit here and watch you eat every single one of them. You better hurry before they melt!

N
N 1 months

"accidentally"

Brutus
Brutus 1 months

Looking at the photo of the kid is pretty sad, it means that his ass wasn’t whooped yet for the $2600. That kid won’t be sitting any time soon!

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 1 months

Somebody spank the parents! I think I'll let my kids play with the phone, Soo I can l profit from a good fund me as well.

David
David 1 months

I mean....he looks happy with his purchase lol!

Zeal
Zeal 1 months

This isn’t news.

Crashdemon
Crashdemon 1 months

Two step authentication.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 1 months

How does Amazon not realize This Is likely unintentional and confirm it before shipping? The address was a residential home and not a restaurant. It seems a email confirmation would have been a good idea.

Rensa
Rensa 1 months

That dad is gonna turn into omni man

Tim Baker
Tim Baker 1 months

Great parenting here just great.

America
America 1 months

Woopsie

Barry MC
Barry MC 1 months

Now the kid will up the ante because there weren't consequences to his actions.

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