How do I make them stop. In 2005 I subscribed to XM and ordered a stand alone receiver that I connected through my car radio and moved from Car A to Car B as needed.
I eventually replaced each car without an XM radio with another that had an XM Radio installed. When I tried to have XM remove a radio from my account that was installed in the car I traded in, they weaseled around and tried to do everything to convince me not to remove the radio. XM personnel could not seem to understand that I was replacing the radio and car with a different radio and car. I wound up having to speak to a supervisor to get the radio removed from my account.
How do I get them to stop. XM is still trying to get me to reactivate the radio in a car I sold in November of 2010 and did not replace. They send me cards advising me that they have temporarily reactivated the radio in a car I do not even own. This is extremely inconvenient because after I receive such a notice I have to check my account to see if XM has started charging me again for the radio in the car I sold. How do I get XM to stop nagging me about a radio in a car I no longer own.
Has anyone reading this forum ordered the $2.99 internet radio access option. I was wondering if XM charged you that approximately $4.00 copyright crap charge in addition to the $2.99 access fee.