Facebook, Inc. (defendant) allows minors to register on its website and make purchases using the “Facebook Credits” payment system. Glynnis Bohannon let her minor son I.B. (coplaintiffs) use her credit card to buy $20 worth of Facebook Credits to use playing a video game. Facebook stored the credit card information without notice to Bohannon, and I.B. ran up several hundred dollars’ worth of in-game purchases thinking he was spending virtual currency. Another minor, J.W., took a debit card from his parents, Julie and Steven Wright (coplaintiffs), without permission and ran up over a $1000 bill using Facebook Credits. After Facebook refused to refund the money, the parents brought a class action on behalf of all Facebook users similarly charged because a minor used a credit card to make Facebook Credit purchases without permission. Facebook moved to dismiss for failure to state a cognizable claim, arguing that the minors could not disaffirm the transactions after accepting the benefits.