1. Unregistered's Avatar
    In my previous post I think my questions came off as being a little vague, so I'm just gonna lay it all out here.

    My husband had downloaded a game called Tiny Monsters off google play and he had bought some in-app purchases, using our debit card. Eventually some kind of dating website called BeNaughty started taking money out of our account, almost $150 worth. I'm not sure if the BeNaughty app was ever officially on his phone, but it shows up under "my apps" in Google play, leading me to believe he downloaded it, though he insists he had nothing to do with it. So my question is: is it possible that Tiny Monsters could have somehow downloaded BeNaughty and/or leaked our bank info? Or is my husband lying about the whole thing?

    Now on a separate occasion on a completely different phone with a completely new google account, my husband had some porn pulled up in his stock browser. He admitted that he looked it up a long time ago, but swears he hasn't since. Well somehow it keeps popping up in his browser. He says that websites that he hasn't been to in a long time just pop up. Is this even possible?

    And before you answer just know I'm not proud of snooping. We've had quite a bit of trust issues. Please don't judge me, I just really need to know if the stuff he's claiming is even possible.
    09-10-2014 04:49 PM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Welcome to the forums.
    So my question is: is it possible that Tiny Monsters could have somehow downloaded BeNaughty and/or leaked our bank info?
    Possible that Tiny Monsters installed another app; Yes. Specifically the pornographic app, possible, but if people can prove it does, and report it to Google, Google can pull their app off Play. If you are developer that is not a good way to make any money. If the app was downloaded off Play, You have to approve the app being installed on the device anyway.

    Well somehow it keeps popping up in his browser. He says that websites that he hasn't been to in a long time just pop up. Is this even possible?
    I am going to go out on a limb, and say that for the most part, aside from a few specific instances, if random website .com keeps coming up in the device history, there is usually intent to going to that website. I could understand a few here and there (sneaky redirects from some sites) but even in that instance, to get redirected to a site like that, you are probably already on a site (or near enough to) like that to begin with.
    09-10-2014 09:57 PM

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