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Contact your credit card company (if you used one), and tell the customer service dept. that you are DISPUTING a charge (or repeating charges) under the Fair Credit Billing Act. If it is a debit card, contact the issuing bank. But COMPLAIN, in any case! Ask whoever you talk to for a CASE NUMBER, and make a record of that, and who (or what agent number) you talked to, and when! Email it to yourself, so you can FIND the records later!
Immediately contact your credit card company and request they decline any future charges and to refund the excess charges on your card. (You may even want to request a new card since the vendor has the current card's billing information.) Contact the vendor and tell them that you have filed a protest with the credit card company, they've been notified to deny any future charges, refund the excess charges, and to stop any further shipping/charges.
Im not sure which country you live and the banking system regulations you might be better of paying bills through a direct debit to avoid cash price penalties which banks charge for credit card payments but to answer your question you should be able to pay bills by your credit card as long as you have a good credit rating (you might not need a rating at all) hope this helps