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Why is my Photoshop so expensive every month?

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Every month adbobe takes out about $150 a month when I'm only using Photoshop to draw. This month is the following:
 
Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 09/29
$22.73
 
INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE FOR A $54.14 RECURRING CARD PURCHASE - DETAILS: 0929Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 04347695930968459 00
$34.00
 
 

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE FOR A $22.73 RECURRING CARD PURCHASE - DETAILS: 0929Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 04347695930968459 00

$34.00

 

POS DEBIT ADOBE *800-833-6687 ADOBE.LY/ENU CA

$22.73

 

I have no idea what any of this means but can someone please tell me what's going on? It should be $150 a month when I've only selected the $20.99 a month plan. I feel like I'm paying for something I don't even want.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional
INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE 
That's not an Adobe charge.  That's your bank charging you for not having enough funds in your debit account to cover the charges.
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Why is my Photoshop so expensive every month?

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Every month adbobe takes out about $150 a month when I'm only using Photoshop to draw. This month is the following:
 
Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 09/29
$22.73
 
INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE FOR A $54.14 RECURRING CARD PURCHASE - DETAILS: 0929Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 04347695930968459 00
$34.00
 
 

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE FOR A $22.73 RECURRING CARD PURCHASE - DETAILS: 0929Adobe Inc 800-8336687 CA 04347695930968459 00

$34.00

 

POS DEBIT ADOBE *800-833-6687 ADOBE.LY/ENU CA

$22.73

 

I have no idea what any of this means but can someone please tell me what's going on? It should be $150 a month when I've only selected the $20.99 a month plan. I feel like I'm paying for something I don't even want.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional
INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE 
That's not an Adobe charge.  That's your bank charging you for not having enough funds in your debit account to cover the charges.
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INSUFFICIENT FUNDS FEE 
That's not an Adobe charge.  That's your bank charging you for not having enough funds in your debit account to cover the charges.

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