I am currently traveling outside of the United States, and so I have turned my phone on airplane mode while keeping wifi on. Halfway through the week, I was receiving the pop up messages saying that I needed to sign in to my iCloud. After entering my password 3 times, Apple told me my phone had been locked and the password had to be reset. I was pretty frustrated with this, but thought that my usage of the VPN Hotspot Shield (I have been using it to watch Netflix shows that only stream in the U.S.) had caused apple to think that someone else was signing in to my account. After resetting my password, I tried downloading an app from the App Store. Again I received the message that my account was locked and that I had to reset my password. I went to the iCloud settings, and noticed that my primary iCloud account email was one *****@163.com, an email I certainly hadn't created. I went to 163.com and it is a very strange Chinese website. With no way to remove this email, I am stuck. I got this iPhone 5s several weeks before leaving the country from my insurance company after breaking my old iPhone. Any way I can remove this address from my Apple ID? Am I a victim of phishing? I have no credit cards attached to the account, just iTunes money related to the account. Thank you for the help!