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    joberosler is offline Junior Member
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    recurring charges on expired card

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? North Carolina
    When you've given a business a debit or credit card to use for recurring bills and that card expires are they automatically authorized to bill the new credit card by manipulating/"guessing" the new card's expiration date?
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    racer72 is offline Senior Member
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    If you authorize the recurring charges, the business does not need an expiration date. The expiration date on a credit or debit card just means the card cannot be used for new charges or debits, it does not mean the account cannot have new charges added or funds withdrawn. The only way to stop recurring charges is to pay off then cancel the card or cancel the recurring charge with the business.
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