What many have been saying here is that they have also removed the credit card in question from the iTunes account. This sounds like it could possibly be credit card fraud unrelated to his iTunes account. It's possible that anyone could record his credit card info at a restaurant or at the checkout of a store, then use that info to purchase from their iTunes, totally unrelated to your iTunes account. Something to check into.
For crying out loud this has nothing to do with credit card fraud - fact (confirmed in confidence by an Apple employee - another fact).
I only got involved with this after my credit from a gift card was drained and I have NEVER had a credit card registered or used with Itunes or Apple.
Read the entries on this forum before speculating...
Aircool, please learn how to read these forums and their threads. My reply wasn't to you it was to:
I see that this post is your only post ever made in Apple User Forums. Since this is a community supported help site, maybe you would care to contribute and share your experience with your iTunes account being compromised. The community here might be able to give you helpful advice or steer you in a helpful direction.
Being helpful serves everyone. Being disruptive serves no one.
Same exact thing just happened to me today. Same game, same purchase. My billing info was changed, too. I've reset everything and have removed all credit cards from my account. The only thing I've done differently was that I just added an iTunes gift card to my account. Soon after, someone got in and used it all up. Contacting apple is darn near impossible. so I'm not sure what to do about it at this point.
Contacting apple is darn near impossible.
Actuall, it is very simple.
Click Contact us at the bottom right of every page on Apple.com.
Click on Support at the top of this (and most other pages) and select the topic you want help with.
For iTunes, go here -> http://www.apple.com/support/itunes/contact/
Please see my post also. Very interesting to learn that Haypi Kingdom knows about the credit card fraud that's occuring on Gpoints and they're doing nothing to stop it.
Hacking worm holes in iTunes
There are already 71 web pages of complaints on just one customer forum, and it's growing.
For more than a year, iTunes users have been reporting on online Apple customer forums that their accounts have been hacked, their gift cards spent, their PayPal accounts used or their store credit exhausted.
Welcome to iTunes Store Customer Support. My name is Nirajit. I will be handling your issue from here onwards to make sure that your issue gets resolved at the earliest.
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "I will do nothing"
I understand that you would like to know about XXXXXXX. I realize the importance of your concern and I am glad to provide you the necessary information.
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "You will never get resolution on this issue"
XXXXXXX, I'm sorry but the iTunes Store does not provide any account information—including account activity and personal information—without a subpoena. We do this for your protection.
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "We do this for our own protection"
You may access certain account information by signing in to the iTunes Store and choosing View My Account from the Store menu at the top. You will need to log in with your Apple ID and password. If you no longer have the password, click the button that says "Forgot Password?"
If you need further assistance regarding this issue, please contact your legal advisor, who may contact Apple's litigation department http://www.apple.com/legal/contacts.html on your behalf.
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "Talk to our lawyers"
Thank you for your understanding and for being a valued iTunes Store customer.
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "Shut up and take it"
Have a wonderful day!
TRANSLATION TO ENGLISH: "How do you like my use of sarcasm?"
iTunes Store/Mac App Store Customer Support