Mom Says Her Kids Used Alexa to Buy $700 Worth of Toys on Her Credit Card

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How would you react if your kids had gone on a crazy shopping spree on your credit card without you knowing?

Veronica Estell from Detroit, Michigan found this out the hard way when her two children used virtual assistant Alexa to buy more than $700 worth of Christmas toys behind her back.

When a delivery driver arrived at her door with a massive haul of gifts, Estell originally thought that a generous friend or relative had sent her the gifts.

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This was until her 4- and 6-year-old children, Aryssa and Cam, admitted to buying the toys, which included a Barbie Dream House, LOL Dolls, and PJ Masks figurines. The kids even ordered a pack of batteries to power everything, according to the Metro. In a video posted to Facebook, Estell can be seen scolding her children when she discovers that they had gone on a shopping spree at her expense… Business Insider

 

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