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Parents warned over children running up gaming charges

17 February 2014 Last updated at 18:31 GMT

Parents are being advised to change console settings in order to prevent children using their credit cards to buy extra online gaming services.

An 11-year-old from County Antrim ran up charges of over £1000 on his parents' account, spending £448.75 in one day alone.

Computer expert Kevin Curran said parents should set up child accounts to prevent children purchasing any additional gaming extras.

Will Leitch reports.

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