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<<P.S. You've really got to wonder where he got the information. From someone at one of the credit card companies? I wonder. >>

That's what really scares me. It's pretty coincidental that this happened right after I phoned in my LEGITIMATE address change.

Also, it's rather curious -- the card company I'm talking about - their call center is in a city in central Kentucky. So is the cigar shop where the fraudulent charge was made (same city.)

Gotta wonder, maybe someone disgruntled at the CC company called a friend in new york, told him he could buy a computer if he shipped him the cigars?!?

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