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Answered 2010-10-24 17:56:08

Recurring billing is when a company keeps automatically charging your credit card. For example, the online game pixie hollow, is recurring billing. When you purchase a membership subscription, it will automatically keep renewing the membership until you cancel it. Another game that is like this is Club Penguin, it just keeps automatically charging on your credit card, and your membership is always active, unless you cancel the membership. I hope I helped!

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