Appaarently the only thing the scammers missed was getting your credit card number. Left alone, you probably would have put it down somewhere. You must have left a good trail of information at the many places you visited. To the scammers who buy lists of names and email addresses, that information is like gold. They can come up with just about everything except your password, and sometimes even that. Now that you've opened their first missive, they have your correct email address. NOW the spam starts. Just remember this: If you didn't order it, it's spam. If you don't want it, it's spam. And there is a trash can just made for spam. Use it.