Well, I just got a lovely phone call this morning. It was my bank calling me about recent activity on my credit card. They said I had used it 6 times yesterday, 5 times the day before, and 7 the day before that. That's funny considering I had only used it 3 times in the last week. They started reading off all the places it had been used. Admiral Gas, Admiral Gas, Admiral Gas, Admiral Gas, Admiral Gas, Auto Zone, Huck's Food And Gas...the list just went on. They said they suspected something because A) why would I need that much gas, and B) I have only ever used my card at 7-Eleven and Speedway. I told them I had never been to Admiral Gas before and they said "That's what I figured". So we went through the list backwards until we found the problem. 4 days ago I had ordered pizza from Pizza Hut over the phone. I gave them my credit card number and had them deliver it to my house. That was at 8:30 PM. The next day, at 11 AM, another Pizza Hut charge came through for $20. Right after that they went across the street to Admiral Gas, then a $1.75 phone call was made, and then more gas purchases. We figure someone took my credit card number, went home, made a card, tried it out at Pizza Hut, saw it worked, went across the street, bought some gas...still worked, called some friends, and everyone had a gas fill up on me. The bank froze my card and are sending me a new one with a different number and reversed the charges since they were all still pending. The only ones I will have to pay for are the ones where this guy signed on a receipt and then the bank will send me a letter and I have to state that the signature isn't mine, then they can reverse those charges. They advised me to call the cops and hopefully they will do an investigation on Pizza Hut to figure out who it is. I had to leave for work though so I had to wait on calling the cops. Now I just got back from work and the deputy is on his way now. Thank goodness I have a bank that truly cares about their customers.