SiriusXM Radio Review: Do My SiriusXM Radio Complaints Go Ignored?

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If you are reading this SiriusXM review, you probably have tried them, hate them or have a legitimate complaint to rant like me. If so, keep reading to see why I would NEVER signup with these people nor try their car radio services.

When it comes to sales and telemarketers we all have had our complaints and 2 cents. There are a few things that I absolutely hate that you would no doubt agree with if you have had any communication by SiriusXM Radio:

Receiving repeated unsolicited calls, emails or mailings from them.

How did it start? I don’t know. But what I can say is that I NEVER signed up with these guys, but they have called me several times at all hours and emailing me trying to convince me to subscribe to their radio. After the repeated calls by SiriusXM Radio representatives, I started getting emails below. NOTE: I never provided my email to SiriusXM Radio, yet I got these below:

SiriusXM Emails:

Email#1

New Email Confirmation — Action Required!

Why did I get this email?  You are receiving this notification because your email address was recently provided to SiriusXM.

 » Confirm Your Email Address

We respect your privacy.  This email was sent to you from SiriusXM Satellite Radio. For more information about this email, please visit our Corporate website athttp://www.siriusxm.com/emailconfirmation.

Email #2

This is Your Last Call: Your SiriusXM Trial is Ending

EXPIRATION NOTICE.

Dear (name),

We just want to remind you that your SiriusXM® trial subscription will expire on 4/25/16.

If you would like to keep listening, click here or call us at 1-855-205-4449.

Sincerely,
SiriusXM Listener Care

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These emails are merely 2 of many that I have gotten from them.

After several calls and emails, I told SiriusXM customer service to remove me from their list please as I never signed up nor subscribed to their radio service. The calls stopped which was great, NOT. Although the rep told me that I would be removed, they then started sending sales mailings every week.

Are these people crazy? People have and should be able to exercise their right to not receive unsolicited sales-related calls, emails and mailings.

Today I got yet ANOTHER mailing from SiriusXM Radio for one of my cars. Do these people ever rest? How do they even know that a person’s car is equipped or supports SiriusXM Radio or not? How do they get this info if not provided directly from the source?

Conclusion

These are some of my personal SiriusXM Radio complaints that go unheard by the company that I wanted to mention in this brief SiriusXM Radio review..

Has this been your experienced with SiriusXM Radio? Do you get unwanted mailings, calls, or emails from them that you never signed up for? I have seen online that others complained about billing issues and more.

What SiriusXM Radio complaints do you have? Your turn to talk below…