I have a Capital One card that Adobe keeps charging even though it is not my account. A manager from Capital One called Adobe while I was on the phone and Adobe admitted it was not my account and assures Capital One it had been canceled. In this process, I found out Adobe had been charging two of my charge cards even though I do not have a subscription with them. Each month Adobe continues to charge my card. Each month I have to call in and dispute it. I found out even if you get a new card they can update your card without your permission. On top of that, they are a company that cannot be blocked from any charge card. I suspect I'm not the only one they are doing this to everyone check your charge cards. If this were anyone else they would have already had a criminal case against them.
We understand that you are facing issue with Adobe charging your cards. I believe you have an Adobe subscription under an email ID that either you don't use or someone on your behalf has purchased one.