Since all kinds of anchors are getting deeper and deeper into our Internet life, no matter how tightly you cover your wallet, it seems that you can’t cover it. Previously, the news of Chinese bears playing rewards frequently appeared in the newspapers, and similar things have happened in Japan recently. Japanese bear kids use their parents’ credit cards to reward the anchor with 7 million yen, and the possibility of recovery is extremely low.
According to a case report recently published by the National Life Center of Japan, a case was mentioned in which a high school student quietly used his parents’ credit card to reward internet celebrity anchors up to 7 million yen. Unlike using a bank card, children can use it. The credit card is approved by parents by default, so the possibility of recovering the bounty is nearly zero.
In short, in today’s Internet age, even if parents can control their wallets, they may cause huge troubles for the bear children’s short-term omissions.