Recurring charge on credit card

I noticed on my personal credit card that I have a recurring charge of $109.95 that will be coming up in July 31, 2018. I no longer work for the company that I was putting the charge on. How do I get my recurring charge taken off my credit card?

Lonnie Robisheaux
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Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
1. Contact the company that is charging you and ask them to stop.
2. If that doesn't work, call your CC company and ask if they can help. They should be able to block the charge.
3. Worst case, get a new credit card number.

Keep in mind if the you have a legal agreement with the company in step 1 and you block them, they will probably take legal measures.

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Do you have an online account with the bank that issued the Credit Card that you can log into and check balances, transfer money to other accounts, and so on?

If so, there is usually an "administration" mode where you can create or edit regular and recurring payments.

You would need to check who originally set up this recurring debit arrangement.  Was it you or the payee?  As Brian mentioned, if you suddenly stop a regular or recurring debit without informing the payee you can end up incurring default charges at the very least, especially if it was the payee that set it up and sent the instruction to the bank.
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