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If you moved 6 months ago, then some of your banking info - the address - has changed for sure (unless you kept the same old address with your bank, and with the auto-billing also.)
Possibly your card from your bank or credit union, has also been re-issued sometime lately? if so, a new expiration date on the card would mess up auto-payments.
So, aside from the common-sense recourse of contacting the SF Chronicle's billing department by phone, and asking what is wrong, there is also going into your online account's stored information for the auto-payment and seeing whether
A. the address given there, matches the ones on your current banking statement (through the mail, if you still get those) for the account or card you use to pay with, and
B. seeing whether the expiration date for the card given there, is the same as the one on your current card.
If neither A. nor B. reveal any problem, then calling the SF Chronicle would be ideal at that point. Their number is ***** (###) ###-####or(###) ###-#### They are not currently open, but will be open at 6:30 PDT tomorrow morning.
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