FTC slaps mobile game makers with fine over refund issue

Wednesday 30 May 2012 | 03:41 CET | News
The Korean Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has fined sixteen mobile game makers for refusing refunds. The watchdog imposed combined fines of KRW 64 million as well as other punitive measures, the Korea Herald writes. The FTC found that the mobile game developers deliberately hid users' their legal right to have unused cyber cash returned if the request is made within seven days of a purchase as the game makers stipulated a 'no refund' policy via their websites and contracts. The watchdog ordered the sixteen companies to put a notice on the front page of their websites and to pay a fine of KRW 4

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