@Weeb, If you're going to be an absentee parent that's on you and I feel sorry for your kids.
However, if you pay any attention at all to what your child is doing, then this would be a non issue.
From what games you like playing, to "do you want a free pass to watch me practice my show"...
All I needed was my credit card to verify my age....
I've got these messages a few times now and I block and report them.
De Felippi, 29, mostly made fake credit cards with real credit card information he bought online.
Except no one uses them and if something were to get weird with a kid in say Minecraft the story doesn't change regardless of whether parental controls were there.
When so much of Nintendos bottom line relies on younger kids, I'm not going to disparage them for taking the super safe route.
@Weeb But wouldn't it be better if all these companies actually made a more concerted effort to inform people that these features exist?
Sure, these things do get bad reports, which paints the system or service in a negative light, but there are tools there to protect the children.