I just noticed 4 transactions totalling about $100 on a card I haven't used in a month. Check out this: 05/25/06 05/25 PAYCOM.NET 800-893-8871 CA $1.00 05/25/06 05/25 PAYCOM.NET 800-893-8871 CA $49.95 05/25/06 05/25 WWW.SKYPE.COM INTERNET LUX $10.00 05/28/06 05/28 PAYCOM.NET 800-893-8871 CA $39.21 A nice little $1.00 test first....sweet system they got... I called the credit card company, they didn't seem too concerned about it. "Ok..we'll just close that and mail you out new cards with a new account number, anything else we can help you with today?" Umm..how about catching the a**wipe who used my card!!! They called me about 5 minutes after I called to tell me that someone just attempted to use it again for $2400 from paycom.net, just to verify that it wasn't me. I don't even know what paycom.net is!!!! Last place I used it was a restuarant back in early may, prior to that I ordered some truck parts back in January. Probably some a**hat at the restuarant collecting numbers and selling them. I've always maintained that online purchases are way more safe then handing your card over to some illegal working a restuarant or clown behind a desk at a hotel or something. Online purchases rarley see people, restuarants leave those reciepts laying around everywhere with your card info on them. That new law saying the reciept your given must have the numbers x'd out is a joke, because most places x-out your reciept, but the one they keep, the one you sign, the only one with a place to sign, the important one that goes away from your control, is still showing all the info! I could care less if the one I put in my back pocket is x'd out! I worked with a guy back in the late ninties who had his checkbook stolen from his car. He didn't notice for about a week and a half. In that time, somebody bought a car with a $2000 down payment, opened up three credit cards, ruined him completely for years. Credit report was wrecked. He couldn't get a car loan, refinance his house...nothing. I'd hear him fielding calls from collectors 2 years after it happened. I Checked my other cards and credit report, no activity, I thinks it's isolated to this card. Losers...I'm just glad I caught it before anything huge was purchased..