Sirus Radio / consumer fraud
I leased a new car that had a trial sirus radio subscription. Before the trial period ran out I called to continue service and was talked into a lifetime subscription. I specifically asked if the lifetime subscription was transferable to a new vehicle since the lease was only 3 years. I was told that not only was it transferable but that I could have upto two additional radios covered under this livetime plan. The cost savings was pointed out to me and it was a no brainer. My car was totaled and I leased a new one. When I went to transfer the subscription to the new vehicle I was told that it was non-transferable and that they had changed that policy. After explaining what had been told to me by their representative, they agreed to transfer the subscription to the new vehicle. They did but then a billing mistake caused Sirus to stop service. I called to have the signal reinitiated and this time they told me the only way they would transfer was to pay an additional $75 for a one time transfer. I am an attorney and see this as being a clear case of consumer fraud. I am looking for additional consumers who were similarly misled to join me in a class action against the company. You may contact me Peder K. Davisson at firstname.lastname@example.org or [protected].