At 11:00 AM this morning (EST) I received an automated telephone call from Discover Card Security asking if I had made a $12.97 purchase from ZAGG in Salt Lake City. When I pressed the number to indicate I indeed had not made such a purchase I was immediately transferred to a real person who asked if I had made a $1734.47 purchase from Apple Computer. When I told her that my last Apple purchase was my delightful 27" iMac in October 2009 we concluded that my card had been compromised and it was immediately shut down. The $12.97 false purchase had been a "feeler" to make sure the account was still active before the criminals tried to make me pay for a new computer. Just in case I called my dear wife to make sure she hadn't ordered me a nice gift and got the expected. "are you crazy...." reply. I was curious and called the Apple Store Customer Service where a nice lady thanked me for purchasing a new MacBook Aire, and was quite unhappy when I told the representative that I had not made the purchase. She told me that purchase had been made at 10:34 EST and had been approved by Discover. I then asked her where it was to be shipped. To my surprise, it was to be shipped to me, in my town in Southern New Jersey, but to a six digit number on my Street that doesn't exist. The ramifications of this hit me. Somehow someone got my credit card information (including the security code number) and ordered a Mac computer that would be returned to the Federal Express terminal where a nefarious associate would rip it off. My first thought was that perhaps my Apple Store records had been compromised, but I accessed my account and found no record of this purchase, indicating (along with the need for local interception of the package) that the credit card theft was probably on this side of the country. I will be notifying Federal Express of my suspicions, but thought that the Mac community at large might be interested in this experience. Any comments?