I got a recorded call today from 'Heather at Cardmember Services - Press 1 to lower your interest rate.' I get 4 or 5 of these calls per day. Obviously, this is not Sears, it is a scammer fraudulently faking their Caller ID. I always play along. You want my expiration date? Sure, I will go get it (I have a big house - it might take me 5 minutes to get to the other end where I think my credit card is. Oh, and you want my credit card number, too? Sorry, I didn't think you needed that, too. I will have to go back to look at it. 10 minutes later, I use the first 16 digits of Pi for my Amex account number. The Indian on the phone didn't like that number so he started cursing at me and threatening to send a plane driven by one of his 9/11 friends to my house. Go ahead, we're on the map! After a discuss about my parents, his parents, and the role of my dogs in his ancestry, he hung up. Any day I can get a fraudulent telemarketer annoyed at me is a good day. I am retired and would rather waste my time than have these dirtbags bother some one who might actually give them valid information.