Suspicious Minds

By Kelly - 29/11/2016 18:57

Today, I discovered that my 17-year-old daughter received several weird deposits from Paypal. I checked her phone to discover that she had changed the password for the first time in years. Fearing drugs, I confronted her. She broke down and confessed to selling rare digital Pokemon on eBay. FML
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xcllla_ 26

I wonder how often have you checked her phone previously. Ever heard of privacy?

Fearing Drugs? You may have jumped to conclusions just a little bit there OP.

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Fearing Drugs? You may have jumped to conclusions just a little bit there OP.

xcllla_ 26

I wonder how often have you checked her phone previously. Ever heard of privacy?

How much do they go for is what i want to know!

It wasn't from selling videos of her ability to Squirtle?

How is this an FML?

I'm the mother of a 16 year old who will be 17 in two months. While I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that he's selling drugs or check his phone, I would be concerned and would ask him. I trust my son and have faith that he wouldn't be involved in illegal behavior, HOWEVER it's not uncommon for teenagers to fool their parents. I don't totally agree with this parent but I think OP was right to ask about the transactions

Hey, at least they were just digital Pokémon and not the real things! Otherwise, PETA would be all over your ass!

While OP was right to ask about the transactions, why is this an FML? She isn't on drugs, she isn't suckin dick for money, shes profiting from a game. So what?

You were fearing drugs and Pokemon is what's in the end make it to a fml? I see that you got your priorities straight!

And why is this a fml? She is making cash off of digital goods, it's not illegal