Check your online payment information, make sure it's 100% accurate.
BTW, the Google checks look like non-descript junkmail, you aren't tossing them are you?
SCARY STORY - MAY BE RELATED TO TOPIC - IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU
If you live in condo's or anyplace that shares a cluster of mailboxes make sure you have your unit # or apt # on the envelope. We had a new mailman start and a credit card I had paid off just stopped coming, so I assumed it was paid off, no more statements, right?
Oh no, it appears it had $0.20 interest left on it but I digress.
Well apparently my NEW MAIL MAN started sending the bills, now suddenly without my Apt #, back to sender as undeliverable as addressed. Let's see, 12 mailboxes per building, the building number was there but the apt # missing and my last name is very unique - no SMITH or anything 11 other occupants could have so anyone could've delivered it to the right box. To make a long story short, they finally CALLED from the credit card company 6 months later telling me my card was revoked, I owed some huge amount of money in fees and interest compiling over 6 months, they were sending a lawyer after me and it would be on my PERMANENT CREDIT RECORD.
All this over $0.20 and one incompetent postman.
Can you say ballistic?
Ears were bleeding at a bank and a post office, trust me.
Not only was it all reversed, a postman's career was short circuited and the idiots at the bank (my Apt # had previously been on the statements, their fault, not mine) doubled my credit limit when they re-instated me to "apologize".
Most importantly I asked the bank a silly question which they couldn't answer:
"Why didn't you call me when the first letter came back undeliverable 6 months ago?"
Common sense is dead certified by the USPS.
P.S. it was MasterCard - Priceless