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Dish Satellite Provider - How to cope with Dish Network

They 'decramble' television signal
Review by ww7120 on 2012-05-16
PALATINE, OHIO -- I have been dealing with this company for almost two years now. To be fair to them I know that they are dealing with a difficult situation. However they have not convinced me that they have my best interests at heart. They initially signed me up with a two year contract that was loaded with fine print and seemed to say that if a dispute arose they would go ahead and charge my credit card. Of course they demanded my card number to start with. They like to give you 'free' channels for a few days and then start billing you for them. So stay awake. They are charging me $43 dollars per month now for their cheapest package. I believe I got the first year for $19. This is per the agreement but hey the TV signal used to be free so anything I pay is extortion, seems to me. The television is over 50% commercials but I suppose that ain't their fault, totally. So what is there to say? I don't believe that Direct TV is much different. Stay awake and watch your credit card. If you want to see a lot of Obama in the coming months you are going to have to swim with some sharks...
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-05-18
Posted by Alain on 2012-05-17:
Good advice about the fine print and watching the credit card. I expect, though, in this current election year circus season that I won't just be muting Obama ads. I like to be impartial and mute all political ads from all sources (particularly PACS and SuperPACS) since every one of them is complete hogwash. Thanks for the review!
Posted by onlooker on 2012-05-18:
If alternate languages are available - switch to Bahasa Indonesian to listen...entertaining and educational too

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