I was a few days ago. Went online to play some Battlefield 3 with friends and a message popped up saying "This account was last logged into by another console". I thought little of it, thinking it was a random flub r something. After a few matches of BF3 I asked my friends if it popped up on their machines. They said no. I went to my dashboard to check things out... the 2,000 MS Points I had were dwindled to zero. Checked my game activity, it showed I had played Fifa 12 and got 3 achievements doing so. I don't care for sports and don't even own the game. I called XBL support and we found out I was indeed hacked and they used my points to purchase consumable Fifa crap they can trade to other people for money. they locked my account while they did an investigation. I called my credit card company and asked for the purchases on my card that day. Sure as hell, someone tried buying 1 20 dollar Fifa thing with my credit car and another 5 dollar one. I was lucky in that Microsoft flagged it for possible fraud. Anyway, I looked online and saw hundreds, if not thousands of people that had the same thing happen. Each and every time it was a Fifa game that was involved. Ot's either Microsoft' or EA's fault, I don't know which one. Maybe both. I never click random redirect crap on the net, never open emails I don't know where they came from, none of that. Believe it or not, I am a lucky one. Microsoft managed to complete my investigation and reinstate my account within a day, but I've heard it can take 3 days and some people over 5 months with no resolution. Some people get their entire profile and gamertag stolen and have it sold overseas, which is called a "migration'. Still others had their credit card info stolen like me, but the thiefs managed to buy hundreds of dollars of stuff, all Fifa game related. So, compared to those people, i was lucky. kotaku and some other 'zines have did articles on this problem, Kotaku saying the problem is getting more and mroe prevalent while EA and Microsoft try and downplay it. In some ways this is actually worse than the PS3 hack as people are directly ripping off customers. One woman who was Fifa hacked started an entire site dedicated to it. Anyway, just wanted to get that out there and see if anyone else had this happen or if they knew of anyone who had it happen.