Why – Creating Microsoft Account Children Need a Parent’s Permission ?
If you’re trying to create a new Microsoft account, you’ll realise when finishing the initial account setup steps, now you need parental permission so as to use that account with Microsoft websites and services.
You need a parent’s permission before you’ll be able to sign up to the current Microsoft account. These all permission use, while you using Microsoft websites and services. If your parent’s permission are currently available, then it’s really easy to sign up to the current computer.
Need of Microsoft Account Parents’ Permission
If you choose to click I’m an adult. Why am I seeing this? You will be directed to a page to change your birth date because the account (email address you are signing up with) somehow indicates you are under 13 years of age. If you accurately select a birth date which says you are older than 13 years, you will be directed to provide credit card information to prove your identity.
Per Microsoft: When you verify your age with a credit card. Microsoft charges the card a one-time fee of $0.50 (50 cents), and a portion of the fee is donated to charity.
The question is – why is Microsoft asking their customers to prove their age and identity?
If this is happening to you, please share your experience and what you did to verify your age. If anything, or you ended up creating another new account completely. It doesn’t make sense to have to prove age. If your signing up for an account for the first time to us.