Was this a genuine contact from your credit card company in writing?
If it was by email or phone, you have almost certainly been the target of a phishing scam, especially if you gave the person who contacted you any
of your personal details.
If that's what happened, contact your card company directly using the number printed on the credit card or paper statements and explain what happened and do it fast because the scammers will already be spending your money.
Edited by caffn8me (Sun 05-Feb-17 13:29:31)