Over the years I have spent ~$5,000 of my HARD EARNED money on iTunes store content. I have also purchased several Macs, iPods, iPhones, and countless other Apple products. About a month ago I bid for and won an iTunes certificate on eBay. The listing was for $200 in iTunes credit that was said to be an unwanted birthday gift. When I won the auction the seller emailed me the codes which came in 4 $50 increments. I asked him/her to ship me the cards and he said he would do so, but emailed me the codes for instant use. And by the way I paid $174 for the $200 in credit. So later that day I redeemed the iTunes credit and began to purchase music, tv shows, and a couple movies. About 3 days later I received a message when attempting to make a purchase that my iTunes account had been disabled and to contact customer support. I did so and received a response stating that the iTunes credit I redeemed was purchased with a stolen credit card and my account would be PERMANENTLY DISABLED!! I immediately emailed them back explaining the situation and offering any evidence they may need. I then received a response saying that I could start a new account and repurchase all of my media. WHAT!!?? Repurchase $5,000 worth of media!!?? I then requested the case be referred to a supervisor of some sort. I then received an email saying that there was nothing that Apple could do for me and that my account was again, permanently disabled. The woman who emailed me even went as far as to provide a link to iTunes cards I could purchase through the Apple store to rebuild my library. This really P'd me off. I have since replied, again, begging them to reevaluate my case and look into my account history with Apple. I have no idea what to do. I just ordered a maxed out Mac Pro with the intent of using it, among other things, as a home iTunes server for my massive (entirely purchased through iTunes) iTunes library. Does anyone have any advice for me? This could be terrible if nothing comes of it. This feels like such a slap in the face after years and years of being loyal to the Apple brand. I cannot afford to rebuild a library that took me years and years to acquire. I think I'm still in shock over this.