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(KRIS Corpus Christi)   2-year-old orders 31 cheeseburgers from McDonald's using his mom's unlocked phone. Generous kid even tipped DoorDash driver $16   (kristv.com) divider line
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2022-05-17 11:11:42 PM  
When I was a kid, we used to order a pizza to our next door neighbor's house because we knew they'd pay for the 'mistake' anyway and share with us. The trick was to only do it every 3-4 months to keep the 'mistake mystique' going!
 
2022-05-18 12:25:45 AM  
That must have been one hungry toddler.
 
2022-05-18 12:50:58 AM  
Fake news. It makes a big city Corpus Christi news outfit like Kris 6 but not the Kingsville Record? They place the story in Kingsville when in fact it's miles out of town in Ricardo. Wake up, sheeple.
 
2022-05-18 1:00:50 AM  
30 Mickey Dees cheeseburgers? Hey kid, ask your grandad to explain this one to you someday...

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2022-05-18 1:17:51 AM  
If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.
 
2022-05-18 2:14:20 AM  

Rattrap007: If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.


Why is the onus always on the consumer.  fark me
 
2022-05-18 4:09:52 AM  

waxbeans: Rattrap007: If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.

Why is the onus always on the consumer.  fark me


Because onus just needs to be to be a bonus!  You like bonuses don't you?  Sure you do!
 
2022-05-18 4:42:45 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: waxbeans: Rattrap007: If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.

Why is the onus always on the consumer.  fark me

Because onus just needs to be to be a bonus!  You like bonuses don't you?  Sure you do!


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2022-05-18 4:49:58 AM  
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2022-05-18 5:10:06 AM  

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No no no a 2 year old, not an infant
 
2022-05-18 7:12:00 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: waxbeans: Rattrap007: If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.

Why is the onus always on the consumer.  fark me

Because onus just needs to be to be a bonus!  You like bonuses don't you?  Sure you do!


Always set your device to require authentication of some sort prior to making a purchase.  Yes it takes an extra step for you,  but hey,  no accidents like this.
 
2022-05-18 7:16:40 AM  

BizarreMan: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: waxbeans: Rattrap007: If you have kids, never link a credit card directly to and online ordering device.

Why is the onus always on the consumer.  fark me

Because onus just needs to be to be a bonus!  You like bonuses don't you?  Sure you do!

Always set your device to require authentication of some sort prior to making a purchase.  Yes it takes an extra step for you,  but hey,  no accidents like this.


Yerp - one reason purchases don't happen on my phone - they stay on the PC where security is a bit easier to arrange, and control of the OS and environment is substantially enhanced.  Even there, there is no such thing as no verification purchasing - fark that.  If I can't click, "Yep, that's what I wanted, everything looks good" then I don't need it
 
2022-05-18 7:44:55 AM  
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'Yo Ma, pass your phone. I forgot to order a dozen ice cream cones.'
 
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