Thousands of shoppers unknowingly signed their souls over to a computer-game store after failing to read the terms and conditions on their website.
GameStation added the "immortal soul clause" to online purchases earlier this month stating customers granted them the right to claim their soul.
While all shoppers during the test were given a simple tick box option to opt out, very few did this, which would have also rewarded them with a £5 voucher.
The store claims this shows 88 percent of people do not read the terms and conditions of a website before they make a purchase.
Bosses also say they will not be enforcing their rights and will now email customers nullifying any claim on their soul.
FAMILY DISCOVER CHURCH UNDER HOME
An inquisitive family have uncovered a bizarre church which has been hidden under their Victorian home in Shropshire for 100 years.
The Farla family made the discovery while investigating what was under a metre-long rectangle metal grid in their hallway.
The hole under the grid was just big enough for son Gareth, 20, to squeeze down and see what was under their living room.
And he couldn't believe his eyes when he saw the dark chapel complete with a large wooden cross on the floor.
But that was nothing compared the the shock the rest of the family got when he followed a staircase in the chapel and came out of a cupboard in the dining room.