Over 70 Pokemon Go players have filed complaints with the Federal Trade Commission since the mobile game was released in July.
Polygon reports that of the 72 complaints, 56 were directed at developer Niantic Labs, with the rest aimed directly at Nintendo and The Pokemon Company. Players have a few different grievances, with the largest revolving around money.
One player noted that their account got banned without any warning after they spent nearly $450 on Pokemon Go, as Niantic began blocking third-party apps, and accounts that were using those apps.
The player expressed interest in having either their money refunded or “my account returned to me so i can continue to play their game.”