Guy Accidentally Bought \'I Am Rich\' App for $999.99

Posted August 7, 2008 at 9:56am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 64014 views

A guy has accidentally purchased the $999.99 "I Am Rich" app and is desperately seeking Apple help to negate the sale.

The $999.99 "I Am Rich" app was created by Armin Heinrich. It also features a "secret mantra" that "may help you to stay rich, healthy and successful." In reality the app does nothing but showcase your wealth.

This review of the app was posted by the customer desperately trying to get his money back.
What do you think? Should he get his money back?

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rob - October 4, 2009 at 5:13am
Any purchase made with a Visa card can be canceled. He just needs to ask. The real problem here is that this guy knows that, and he\'s just looking for attention. This is non news.
unknown - February 17, 2009 at 2:12am
LOL..LMAF.. Just notice the I Phone picture.. it has 340 review...he\'s not the only one.. LOL\'
unknown - February 17, 2009 at 2:07am
The idiot needs to tell his VISA card rep that he\'s been scam.. They will file a fraud report immediately to the FBI. Unless his VISA card company does business out of a tin shack. Give me a break these stupid fraud don\'t work.. unless you\'re in a 3rd world country, and nobody in a 3rd world county don\'t even have rotatory phone yet!!!. Don\'t even get me started.
unknown - February 17, 2009 at 1:58am
Omfg.. are u kidding me.. which retard even post this.. This is one of those stupid eye catching topic for a forum.. Just call your credit card company. In most case if the seller/retailer is being an a..s..s about it. The credit card company will let you keep the product and refund/ credit your account.... If its a check card..you usually have 3 business days to ask your bank to cancel the transaction. Unless u don\'t need a credit card to apply for I-Tune. If you figure out how to register I-Tunes without using a credit or bank card, llet me know..
unknown - February 17, 2009 at 2:06am
The idiot needs to tell his VISA card rep that he\'s been scam.. They will file a fraud report immediately to the FBI. Unless his VISA card company does business out of a tin shack. Give me a break these stupid fraud don\'t work.. unless you\'re in a 3rd world country, and nobody in a 3rd world county don\'t even have rotatory phone yet!!!. Don\'t even get me started.
Ryan - September 18, 2008 at 7:46pm
The app was in the App Store. He clicked it and almost certainly got an \"Are you sure?\" message. We\'re supposed to believe he\'s entitled to a refund because he feels he got cheated?? What is this, a lottery that rewards stupidity?? Regardless, I do believe the App Store should have a \"satisfaction guaranteed\" clause or some kind of return policy. If I buy an app, and it sucks, I would want my money back, regardless of whether or not I \"mistakenly\" bought it.
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