Elgersma suggests that kids and parents choose apps together. They should also use settings on each digital device to keep kids from making accidental purchases.
Logan says she's learned a lot from the experience. After her mom spotted the problem, they filed a complaint with the government. The local news reported on their problem. Finally, the family ended up getting back about $1,000.
Logan is doing extra chores to repay the rest of the money. And these days, she avoids in-app purchases. She tells other kids to do that too.
“If you get confused about whether there’s a charge, ask your parents,” she says. “Be careful.”