I have a monthly charge of $5.04 from APL*ITUNES for what, I don't know. I want it stopped.

What can I do to find out what it is for and ultimately how to stop the recurring charge?

  • I upvoted this question—while short and broad, it doesn't strike me as inappropriate. What are some possible causes of such a charge, and where can the asker look to investigate? Does iOS et al keep a list of all currently active subscriptions anywhere? – Wowfunhappy Jan 8 '19 at 16:27
  • Apple emails receipts to the email address on file. Check spam filters or junk mail. The receipt may have details. – bjbk Jan 8 '19 at 16:31
  • Have you seen support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201382 – user310476 Jan 8 '19 at 16:35

As it is a monthly charge and the same charge every month it is probably a subscription

To view and cancel your subscriptions on a Mac:

  1. Open iTunes on your Mac.

  2. Go to the Store section of your Music library.

  3. Click on the Accounts link in the right column.

  4. Sign in, if necessary

  5. Scroll down to the Settings header and click Manage next to Subscriptions.



The very first thing to do is check your iTunes purchase history.

  1. Open iTunes
  2. Click "Store"
  3. Review purchases/subscriptions
  4. Select Time frame (if applicable)

iTunes Purchase History

Since it's a recurring charge, there will be a subscription attached to it. Just cancel the subscription.

If you can't find the charge:

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