A mother was forced to chase tech giant Microsoft for 11 months after her sons’ Xbox Live account was hacked and the fraudster made off with almost £240 ($310) of FIFA gaming points. Not everyone online was convinced by the tale.
Lesley Urwin of Elgin, Moray in Scotland received quite a shock last March when she was charged for three lots of Xbox Live points at a cost of £79.99 each.
Understandably, she immediately investigated the charges by interrogating her three sons Nathan (17), Liam (14), and Scott (nine), but no one knew anything about it! So, the account must have been hacked.