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Punjab Boy Spend Rs 16 Lakhs on PUBG in-game purchases

In a strange episode, a high school kid from Punjab spent an astounding Rs 16 lakh on well-known fight royale game PUBG making in-application buys. The 17-year-old went through cash from his parents’ record to purchase in-game corrective things, ordnance, goes for competitions, and virtual ammo. As indicated by the guardians, the cash was put aside as reserve funds for the Kharar-based kid’s dad’s medical costs.

The guardians were uninformed of the circumstance as the kid told his parents that he was utilizing the cell phone for examining over the internet during the lockdown, as per a report by The Tribune. Making on the web exchanges got simpler for the kid as the bank details and card details were saved money on the cell phone as it were. A large portion of the in-game exchanges was made in a month’s time frame.

The kid’s parents’ uncovered that they found out about the exchanges after accepting bank subtleties. The kid would erase messages of exchanges from their cell phones and regularly rearranged cash between two records to abstain from focusing down the equalization. The youngster likewise wound up discharging his mom’s fortunate reserve and his own financial balance.

“After we got subtleties from the bank, I found that on a few events, he rearranged sum starting with one bank then onto the next to maintain a strategic distance from nil balance. He was utilizing his mom’s telephone for a long while and she was very little cautious to see this,” the dad said.

Because of his child’s bad behaviors and trying to show a thing or two, the dad has made him work at a bike auto shop. “I can’t let him sit inactive at home and can’t give him a cell phone in any event, for examining. He is working at a bike mechanics shop with the goal that he understands that it is so difficult to acquire cash. I am miserable now as the cash was put something aside for my child’s future.”

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