Google Play refund notices are being sent out to customers as a result of Google's $19 million minimum settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. If your Google Play account was charged between March 1, 2011 and November 18, 2014 as a result of unauthorized in-app purchases made by young children, you can apply for a refund through Google.
Google is sending out notices in email form to its customers who have made in-app purchases during that time period.
The email asks customers to visit their account to verify their in-app purchase history and select the ones that could qualify for a refund. Customers will have up until December 2, 2015 to make their refund requests
As part of the settlement with the FTC, Google's refund amount is no less than $19 million. The FTC said in a release:
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