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$3,000 Spent by A 5-Year-Old Girl Using Her Mom’s Phone on An Online Shopping App

A little girl from Massachusetts spends $3,000 using her mother’s phone. She ordered five blue motorcycles, five pink motorcycles, 10 pairs of cowgirl shoes, and a kid-sized jeep.
$3,000 Spent by A 5-Year-Old Girl Using Her Mom’s Phone on An Online Shopping App (Photo: ABC News)

A little girl named Lila from Massachusetts spends $3,000 using her mother’s phone. She ordered five blue motorcycles, five pink motorcycles, 10 pairs of cowgirl shoes, and a kid-sized jeep.

A little girl from Massachusetts spends $3,000 using her mother’s phone. She ordered five blue motorcycles, five pink motorcycles, 10 pairs of cowgirl shoes, and a kid-sized jeep.

$3,000 Spent by A 5-Year-Old Girl Using Her Mom’s Phone on An Online Shopping App (Photo: ABC News)

$3,000 Spent by A 5-Year-Old Girl on an Online Shopping App

Online shopping is a trend. With just a click, your item will be delivered right to the front of your door. It is very convenient yet it is also very unsafe, especially if your 5-year-old kid gets a hold of your phone.

Just like what happened to Lila Varisco, a 5-year-old girl from Massachusetts who unintentionally ordered five blue motorcycles, five pink motorcycles, 10 pairs of cowgirl shoes, and a kid-sized jeep and spends $3,000 using her mother’s phone.

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How Did Lila’s Mother React to Her 5-Year-Old Daughter After the Incident?

According to Jessica Nunes, she just thought that her 5-year-old daughter Lila was just playing on her phone when they drive home. She didn’t expect that Lila has already ordered items worth $3,000 dollars right in front of her nose.

According to 5-year-old Lila when asked why she ordered those items, she just answered: “Because I wanted one.”

Instead of getting mad at her 5-year-old daughter Lila because of that $3,000, Jessica Nunes said that she will just take that experience as a lesson for her and for her child. May that experience thought her and Lila a lesson to not let her phone be used by her child.

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