Itunes Accounts

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Lounge' started by Daniel Novoa, Jul 6, 2009.

  1. Daniel Novoa

    Daniel Novoa Well-Known Member

    Jun 14, 2009
    I don't know if this is allowed or not but i have a question...

    Can't We Trade our I tunes accounts to trade games?

    You can change your password cant right?

    Just wondering, since I cant buy any games anymore I would be willing to trade
    any of the large amount of purchased apps I own.

    I bet that no one will want to. but if anyone is interested pm me XD :)
  2. Killquake

    Killquake Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2008
    I dont think you would want to with all the personal info onn your account
  3. pluto6

    pluto6 Well-Known Member

    Jun 21, 2009
    Daniel -
    You are obviously a younger person. Take a word from someone much older, and more life experienced - you don't want to do this. Talk to your parents, and they will agree. Your account has a lot of private information, and identity theft is extremely real - even for young people. Also, the people that want to trade with you? You don't know them from a hole in the wall, and you will have little or no recourse if you get ripped off.

    Look at it this way - would you trade your personal valuables to people that you don't know in a secluded area of a city in the middle of the night, and no way to do anything if there is a problem?

    Talk to your folks. I am sure they will agree with me.
  4. goldglover411

    goldglover411 Well-Known Member

    Apr 11, 2009
    ipod touch game reviewer
    +1 for that. Itunes has your parents credit card info on it and im sure that they would object to you giving away an itunes account to some random person
  5. Eli

    Eli ᕕ┌◕ᗜ◕┐ᕗ
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    One of the things digital distribution is effectively doing is killing off the resale market. Bad for the consumer, good for the developer since if you want an iPhone game you have to buy it at whatever price they're selling it for instead of going to GameStop, giving a couple bucks (none of which goes to the developer) and getting an old copy.

    But yeah, giving someone your iTunes password is kind of a bad idea.
  6. Rockey04

    Rockey04 Well-Known Member

    Even worse, they could change your password! Don't do this!!!
  7. Daniel Novoa

    Daniel Novoa Well-Known Member

    Jun 14, 2009
    Good One.

    I Don't have any important info on my account, even my address is fake (only changed it when I would want something)

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