I received a letter last week from my former employer, Verizon Business, telling me that 2 laptops were stolen from their building, and they may have contained my personal information on them. As a consolation, I was given a complimentary 2 year membership to some credit monitoring service offered by Experian. I didn't think too much of it, but I activated my membership just for the heck of it. When I returned home tonight, and checked my e-mail, I recieved a Paypal confirmation e-mail for the Pink Motorola RAZR v3 cell phone that I had ordered. There's only one problem: I didn't order a Motorola cell phone. The shipping address was to someone in Maine by the name of Bill Chang. I disputed the transaction and my account will not be charged. After this, I changed my PayPal password, called my bank and deactivated my debit card, and even changed my e-mail address. I attempted to search for a phone number for this Bill Chang person. I used whitepages.com and the local Maine directory assitance number, but they came up with no match, although the DA operator said there was an unlisted Bill Chang. I then proceeded to attempt and look up this address using Google Earth and Yahoo! Maps, but I came up with nothing. I know this Bill Chang is either 1 of 2 types of people: 1. a straight out scammer or 2. an unsuspecting, trusting patsy who is forwarding these stolen goods out of the country to the actual scammer (likely Nigeria or Ghana). I'm not quite sure where to go from here. What else can I do? I'm wanting to contact the authorities about this, but I don't know which agency to get in touch with. Federal or local? Does anyone have any advice? Has this happened to anyone else before? What did you do about it? Any other advice as to what I should do to possibly prevent anymore possible fraud from this person?