As much as everybody hates DMCA takedown notices around here, it seems like that would be the proper avenue for this sort of thing. It's certainly not an abuse of the DMCA in this case. Apple would likely respond relatively quickly so they don't lose their safe harbor.
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took anything from you and never intended to permanently deprive you of the use of any property.
That's correct... unless you had physically stolen my credit card (versus just getting a hold of my number somehow) then it's not theft. It's fraud.