If they actually had your credit card information they would be attempting to buy things that can be resold for real money.
This is serious, and your parents should immediately report this to their credit institution, so their fraud protection department can get to work on this. In most cases they put the money back immediately while they investigate it.
In the meantime, it doesn't sound as though this is directly Blizzard's issue, as they aren't going to keep your credit card information attached to your Battle.net account unless you're also using that card as a primary method of ongoing payment for a monthly subscription to World of Warcraft. Having purchased Starcraft 2 isn't enough for someone to have gotten ahold of the credit card.
05/22/2012 09:46 AMPosted by MaultAlso, before anyone makes any snide remarks, I do have an authenticator.
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