Although Pokemon Go is a free app, thousands of players around the world have lost real money playing it, and they’re now flooding app stores demanding refunds.
In the free-to-play mobile game, users can spend real-life cash to purchase PokeCoins, which in turn are exchanged for items that improve gameplay.
In the past few days, many gamers who have experienced similar problems have demanded refunds for their purchases, and the majority of them have been successful.
Some users have even received refunds on all the money they’ve spent on the game whether or not they lost items. Android users can also request a refund from their account page on the Google Play store, although so far it appears that the Google store has not been quite as responsive to refund requests as Apple.

Both app stores are evidently being flooded with complaints, especially in response to Pokemon Go‘s recent update that removed the ability to track Pokemon and also eliminated battery saver mode. All of these items can be obtained for free by visiting Poke Stops, but for some players who don’t live in close proximity to many of these stops, spending a few bucks here and there on Poke Balls or Incense is a worthwhile investment.
One Reddit user says they received money back for all of their purchases by complaining that the game had been ruined by the recent updates.
For some gamers, this was the last straw, as the game was becoming increasingly buggy and as Niantic Labs, the app’s developer, seemed unwilling to respond to any complaints. He has previously written about film for Bloody Disgusting, We Got This Covered, What Culture, and The Celebrity Cafe.

Now, some are hoping that making a statement like this with an influx of refund requests will force the company to listen to fans.

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