A chewed remote control, a dog, and $62.50 less in the bank account. For Greg Stroke, this could only mean one thing: his dog had purchased 5,000 Xbox points -- worth $62 -- while he and his girlfriend were asleep. Stroke saved his credit card information on his remote control to make it easier to buy video games using Microsoft Xbox points -- so easy, in fact, that a dog could do it. When the dog chewed the remote, the points were bought. "i just wish they'd make it a little harder to purchase points," Stroke lamented.