Someone either purposely or accidentally typed int h wrong credit card numbers.
oh no looks like id theft .. sort it out quick!
Someone's taken your identity and used it to get a credit card in your name. All you can do is go to the company and explain; hopefully they're used to that sort of thing by now and will sort it out for you. Not entirely sure how you stop it happening again, though. (Here in the UK, all applications for credit have to go through credit reference agencies, and you can go to them to put protections in place, like making sure you're notified when anyone tries anything like this.)
Because then they'd get the bill. The whole point is to spend, keep whatever they buy and leave you to deal with it. It's fraud.
Because this way they don't have to pay. You're being stuck with the bill and they have a lot of stuff they got for free and are probably turning into cash.
They don't care, and they probably don't even know much about you (beyond what they needed to get the account opened). It's not personal, it's just about the money and your personal information happened to fall into their hands.
Call them right away. It can get out of hand.
Call the District Attorneys office tell them what is going on. Sounds like someone took out credit in your name.
Probaly a scam
identity theft?.......better clean it up now......it'll ruin yur credit forever
both & the police if you have too
someone opened an account in your name.
they're thieves. the internet can give you almost any bit of information (e.g. FACEBOOK).
mail being stolen from your house
Canadian officials recently arrested dozens of individuals for using and fabricating false credit cards. -- I've never been to Montreal but someone with my ID was buying stuff up there!!!
just an example.
your address is public record. any one can get it.
It's a scam. Call them back and tell them to put it in writing.
Probably a scam
Someone stole your identity, Bwahahah :P