I didn’t think of that. I assume that, that functionality won’t be supported from day 1, unless it’s something they’ve been working on in the background. That seems unlikely though, as under 16 YOs can’t be offered an overdraft.
But if all that’s required is a rewrite to the T’s & C’s then why not offer the account parents will still have a much clearer view of their child’s spending if they look at their account in the app & it’s good for the child, for the reasons I mentioned in my previous post.
Side note - you probably spotted @m8tt’s post in the developer’s Slack team about sending WhatsApp messages to parents whenever the child transacts too. That’s a good example of a way that this would enable some of the more techy parents to start experimenting with those type of extensions