“With tens of thousands feared dead following a devastating series of earthquakes in Haiti, Apple and the American Red Cross have begun accepting donations for aid and relief through the iTunes Music Store,” AppleInsider reports.
“Through a link featured on the front page of the store, customers can contribute (iTunes link) as little as $5, or as much as $200,” AppleInsider reports. “The donations are charged through users’ credit cards through iTunes, in the same manner a music or movie purchase would be charged.”
AppleInsider reports, “The contributions are essentially anonymous, as Apple will not reveal personal information of its users to the American Red Cross through the transactions. Those who give will receive an e-mail confirmation from the iTunes Store, which will be the only evidence of the donation for tax writeoff purposes.”
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