We do actually have a plan for $120/mo; however, the heart of the matter here is why your payment did not get associated with your account to renew your services for another year, which we have now done manually for you, with our apologies for the inconvenience.
This is honestly the first I have ever heard of an auto-recurring annual subscription; you appear to have a very early account ID, so perhaps Robin had set up something custom especially just for you a long time ago which is no longer working as it used to, as we have grown and increasingly automated our systems.
Bear in mind that normally, we do not manually process any subscription payments; our system is automated to handle routine, month-to-month subscriptions, which are set up as an auto-recurring payment schedule in the seller's PayPal account, instructing PayPal to send us the same amount every month. Whenever an automatic monthly payment comes in, it has a reference to the seller's E-junkie account ID and PayPal Subscription ID, so our system can tell which seller's account that payment goes with to keep their services active for another month.
Annual deposit payments are a very rare exception to that normal routine, so nothing about such payments can be handled automatically by our system and must instead be processed manually. Because we have no need to routinely monitor our incoming payments (which would be impractical for over 7500+ paying merchants anyway), we are not aware when a payment is sent to us manually outside of our normal monthly subscription routine.
This is why we have established a specific procedure for annual deposit payments to ensure they get handled properly: we would send you a special payment link upon request every year, and you would forward your payment receipt to us after you have paid, so we'll be aware of that payment and can renew your account manually. If you don't use the special payment link we send, or if you don't inform us when you have made a payment, then it would go unnoticed.
Your annual subscription is certainly an oddity, so we'll have to ask Robin about that and whether we can continue to support it and how, or what changes would be necessary otherwise.