So I got an e-mail from Apple which says:
You recently requested a password reset for your Apple ID. To complete the process, click the link below. Reset now > If you didn’t make this change or if you believe an unauthorized person has accessed your account, go to iforgot.apple.com to reset your password immediately. Then sign into your Apple ID account page at https://appleid.apple.com to review and update your security settings. Apple Support
I didn't request any such password, and I already know my password, but when I try to log into my account to check my security settings it wants me to answer two security questions, neither of which I recognize. So I go to try to change my security questions at the "iforgot" domain, and it says:
Choose a method to reset your security questions.
- Use credit card information Enter the details for the card on file with Apple. Your card will not be charged.
- Answer your current security questions Answer the question(s) you chose when you created your Apple ID.
The problem is, I obviously can't use the second method because since I don't recognize the questions, I can't know the answers. But I also don't know what credit card Apple is asking for here. I may have used more than one card with Apple in stores, but I don't recall if I have ever used one online, and in fact I may have used a "throw-away" number.
So I'm not sure what to do here. Is my account under attack? How can I get control of my account back?