Have you received a credit charge from CLEENG that you’re unsure of? Are you wondering if it is legit or a scam? Read this review to find out what the CLEENG Amsterdam NLD Charge is, how it works, and how to prevent future charges.

What is CLEENG Amsterdam NLD Charge?

CLEENG is a Billing Support collects payments and manages subscription billing for hundreds of subscription services, including the NFL, the Tennis Channel, Big Ten Network, the NHL, CHL, Broadway HD, CBC, etc. It acts as a middle man for online businesses that offer subscription services.

You might have subscribed for a ‘1 week free trial’ but get charged before the 7 days trial ends.

You can’t remember subscribing to any services recently? This is what may have happened; you entered your card numbers to make a small online purchase (trial offer, shipping costs for a gift, etc.) and you failed to read the Site Conditions (which is often written in tiny prints) which indicated that unless you decline it, you are subscribing to their service.

Result: there is an active subscription linked to your card.

How to Stop CLEENG Charge on Credit Card

Find out the exact merchant or service you subscribed for.

If you’re able to do so, then take the next steps;

  1. Login into the app or website using your email address and password
  2. Go to “My Account” or “Profile” to view your paid subscription
  3. Click “Unsubscribe.”

Contact CLEENG.com

If you don’t remember the exact service you subscribed for, you should contact CLEENG via their customer support bot on their website here.

Call Your Credit Card Company and Request For a New Card

If the two attempts were unsuccessful, you can get your money back and cancel subscription by following the instructions below –

  • Report unauthorized transactions to your card holder immediately. You may get money returned IF you report immediately.
  • Request for a new credit card

How To Avoid Unauthorised Charges on your Credit Card

  • Read the small print (terms & conditions) carefully before entering into any agreement or making a purchase, online or offline, no matter however long this may take.
  • Make sure the terms & conditions box has not been pre-ticked.
  • If you subscribed for a free trial make sure you cancel the subscription before the due date if you want to cancel it.
  • Never provide bank details to companies without doing some prior research beforehand.
  • Keep a copy of any advertisement (print it or take a screenshot) that you reply to, and to keep a note of the webpage.
  • Check your bank/payment card statements regularly for unexpected payments.

Frequently Asked Questions About CLEENG Charge

Is Cleeng Amsterdarm NL Scam?

It is a legitimate company that offers billing support and subscription retention for numerous streaming sites.

How can I Cancel Cleeng Subscription?

Cancellation of subscription can be done via the merchant or service you subscribed for. Login to your account, go to profile, check for paid subscription and unsubscribe.

What Companies use Cleeng?

Cleeng provide billing support for NFL, the Tennis Channel, Big Ten Network, the NHL, CHL, Broadway HD, CBC, BabyFirst, Fans Choice American Flat Track, MXGP_TV.COM, and numerous other companies.

How Do I Contact Cleeng

Cleeng can be contacted via the Support chat bot on their Helpdesk page. There’s no telephone number available for call.

Final Thoughts

You have been charged by Cleeng which is physically located at Amsterdam Netherland because you subscribed for a service online. This could either be a streaming site or other kinds of online services. If you’re unsure of the exact service subscribed for, you should contact your bank and request for a new card.

NOTE: CLEENG charge also appears on statement as

  • Visa Check Card I24NEWS.CLEENG MC
  • Misc. Debit I24NEWS.CLEENG

Have you been charged by CLEENG? please share your experience below at the comment section.

By Judith Davidson

I am Judith Davidson, a Cyber Security Professional. I am the founder, Investigator and Author of Snoopviews.com. I started working as a Cyber Fraud Researcher in 2019 when I saw lots of people falling victims to fraudulent websites pretending to sell disinfectants, masks and wipes during the Covid19 pandemic. Since then, I've saved millions of people from online scams.

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