Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Port Elgin, Ontario
Programming on Sirius is becoming repetitive and more like FM radio every day IMO, hate the DJ format and commercials on most stations, used to be just music, and that was fine.
I had a separate beef about Sirius failing to transfer my service from one truck to my new truck, they just created a new account.
I would have been billed for two accounts if the guy who bought my old truck hadn't given me a heads up that he was still receiving free Sirius three months after he bought my truck. Thank goodness for small town living.
Speaking about billing , I also wasn't too keen on the way Sirius charged my credit card for full price without any authorization from me. Negative billing at it's best, unless you say you don't want it, silence implies consent and they're free to bill your credit card with no authorization. Then, they gave me nothing but grief when I wanted to cancel, saying there would be an "administration fee" to do it, and refund whatever was left.
Funny enough, if you call a month or so before your subscription is up and say you want to cancel, they'll throw incentives your way, and keep throwing them until you decide not to cancel. That was how, in years past, I got two years for the price of one.
Still wonder why I say Sirius can suck my balls ??
Incidentally Blair, these days I'm more into plugging in the iPod than anything Sirius has to offer.
- 6550 lb bundle of joy