This is a red flag for identity theft
It's possible this is a sham credit card merchant who has set their identity field to the same as Apple's - however I would not expect this to be around for 2 months.
...or the scammer obtained your credit card information and has created their own iTunes account.
...or they hacked your iTunes account
...or you signed up for something e.g. Apple Music, and just forgot.
Check your iTunes account (if any). In cases 1 or 2, the charges won't appear, go straight for a credit card chargeback and have the credit card reissued.
In case 3, reset your iTunes password and contact iTunes to report the fraud.
In case 3 or 4, do not chargeback, work with Apple to correct it.
How/why do scammers exploit iTunes accounts? It's easier than using Western Union etc. They use your account to "gift" iTunes Store value to other accounts they control. They get real cash out by trading it or creating a sham app, which they then buy (or do in-app purchases with).