My wife has an iPhone 4 and twice in the last week Facetime calls that say they are coming from her mother have been originated by someone other than her mother. The second time this happened the stranger made an obscene gesture. Since Apple is routing the call over the Internet, and since the iPhone is obviously phoning home, it should be easy for Apple to know the source and destination but when my wife called the Apple tech seemed to just want to read a script instead of investigate this potentially serious breach of security. In addition to these two incidents there have been numerous others where her displays says her mother is calling via Facetime but yet her mother is not calling. Seeing as my wife Facetimes with her mother, with my children getting on the phone as well, I find this possible issue is worth more than a reset your settings on the phone reply. Has anybody else heard of or seen issues like this?
iPhone 4, iOS 4, Facetime
It turns out that a friend had purchased an iPod Touch from Best Buy and returned it without clearing it out. So it appears Best Buy doesn't do any sort of check on returned products.