Apple has sent an email out to iTunes users informing them that if a child has made an unauthorized in-app purchase, the money may be refunded.
We've heard from some customers that it was too easy for their kids to make in-app purchases. As a result, we've improved controls for parents so they can better manage their children's purchases, or restrict them entirely. Additionally, we are offering refunds in certain cases. Our records show that you made some in-app purchases, and if any of these were unauthorized purchases by a minor, you might be eligible for a refund from Apple.
They go on to describe a process where you can look at your purchase history and mark any that you'd like a refund on if they were made by minors. The program will run until April 15, 2015.
This comes as a result of an agreement between Apple and the FTC earlier this year.
While I hate the idea of "Pay To Win" games, I don't see a reason to stop adults from purchasing what they want. Instead they should just require a password for every purchase by default. Changing that setting would require a password. It would prevent kids from buying stuff on their parents' devices. If you change the default to a timer, counter, or no-limit and your kids purchase $1000 dollars of digital items, it would be your fault for not having a modicum of forethought.