Many payment processors, including Google Play, iTunes, Facebook, and Amazon will occasionally issue a charge twice, but with one of those charges being in a "pending" state. If you're seeing this "Pending" state, what you're seeing may be a pre-authorized test charge which will not be fully charged to your account and will disappear after a period of time. The time that the pre-authorization remains is dependent on your specific bank policies.

These authorizations happen so payment processors can make sure the card is valid, and to check that you have enough funds in your account to make the purchase.

These are authorization requests, and not charges. You don't pay for authorizations, but your bank may hold back those funds as unavailable.

Authorizations may stay in your account for 1-14 business days depending on your bank. If you still see the pending authorization after 14 business days, contact your bank for more information.

Please visit the links below for more information on pre-authorized test charges.