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You could, although you don't have damages if he cancelled his order. What you might want to do, however, apart from canceling your card and getting a new one, would be to go to the police and make a report on the hacking and the identity theft. Tell them that you want your hacker prosecuted. You might have to contact the police in the person's state as well if your own police won't do that for you.
You can sue a company in civil court. Typically, however, you can't prosecute one in criminal court. You'd need to go after the person actually responsible.
Correct. That's what i addressed in my first reply. You need to have sustained monetary damages or physical injury in order to sue him. But he has committed a crime, and you should report it.
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If neither the name nor the address used are false, the authorities aren't probably going to be able to find him. But if the name is ***** ***** the address real, the police would be able to arrest and charge him.
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