Usenet.nlI canceled my account, but still getting paid...

I had an account of usenet.nl, but I canceled after less than a week. After that I received this email:

Hello Siamak Ebrahimi,

thank you for your message.

We hereby confirm that we have received your cancellation for the usenet.nl contract with the customer ID: 9086120.
Your account will not be extended after you current term has run out. The anticipated termination date of your contract is 03/11/2018.

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Please do not reply to this e-mail, this is a no-reply address.

When I got this message I was sure that my account was canceled, and removed, so I would not have to pay anything. Then, I see the payments of my credit card, and I see that 130$ [censor] dollars are removed from it, by usenet. Nl. Can you please cancel my account, cause 130 $ is a lotta money, and I dont want that to happen again...

Please reply and give me an explanation of why this abomination happened, and please, stop it.

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