Hello rana ray, there is probably a toll free phone number on the back of the credit card. It's probably a customer service phone number. Call it and ask them to send you copies of the terms and details of your credit card account. Or, they might be able to explain the terms to you over the phone.
As you all know this is very easy to do. Enter credit/debit card details and Microsoft take your money before you can blink. Then you receive the obligatory confirmatory email thanking you for your soul purchase.
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