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You have allowed your ten year-old son, Cedric, to have an email account. His teacher communicates via email and the account is for use with his friends as well. You have gone over internet rules and Cedric has been explicitly told that he is not to respond to any email that is not from his teacher or one of his approved friends.
Cedric receives the following email:
Congratulations! You are our weekly winner! You have won a fantastic prize. To claim your prize please do the following:
Reply to this email with your address and phone number to expedite delivery of your gift. Our delivery processor also requires a credit card number in order to process delivery. Please include a credit card number with expiration date with your reply. You should expect delivery of your prize in ten business days after we receive your information so please do not delay.
Cedric goes in his mother's purse and "borrows" her credit card and quickly replies to the email. Cedric then replaces the card.
In ten days when his prize does not arrive Cedric asks you for help and shows you his saved copies of the email and his reply. You immediately check with the card processor and discover the card has been used to its maximum limit ($3000 USD.) The card's balance was zero as you and your spouse only carry that card for emergencies. After a few more questions Cedric admits to taking the card out of his mother's purse. (Another specific rule is he is not to be in his mother's purse for any reason without specific permission.)
What do you do?