I feel for ya! Last year I had some punk steel my credit card statement from my mail box and apperantly sold it to someone in Yorbalinda calif who somehow convinced the boneheaded "crapitol one" people to change my address. They didn't even try to email me, send a letter confirming the address change or call my multitude of phone numbers to verify I moved. They (the theves) then charged $10,800 worth of big screen TV's and other electronics and had them shipped to a abandoned warehouse where they waited for the UPS truck to drop it off for them. I didn't know any of this was happening due to the fact that I didn't get the next months statement. I then called and got the story. Originally I had a ballance of $236.00. When I stopped the account it had the $10,800.00 ballance. They never had an answer as to why they didn't try to contact me. Here's the good news. I had lifelock and it was solved in a few months. I just paid them the $236.00 I origianally owed and closed the account. Yes I still live in the same place, have the same phone numbers and the same email addresses. I blame the theves, but I equally blame crapitol one. Contest the charges and file a fraud alert with the credit card company and you should be ok, in time. Even with lifelock it takes some time to resolve but if you didn't charge the items you are not required to pay for them, it's the law. Good luck, and if you do catch up to them "have fun".
The truth was always the truth, even before anyone figured it out. It always was and always will be.