They call twice a day every day from 877-463-5346 but never leave a message. I don't answer calls if I don't know who it is.
My free trial for SiriusXM expired last month. I have been receiving calls from this number on a daily basis, but never answered and they never left a message. Now, I know why. :(
These people are relentless, it is XM sirrus radio, my daughter and I each bought new cars with a free trial, didn't ask for it, wasn't told about it , and would never even consider paying for radio in my car. They have called so many times, I didn't ever answer, I could sue them for the calls and at 1500 dollars per call I could pay off both our new cars because they call everyday, somtimes multiple times a day, never leave a message. If it continues after the free trial runs out, I just might see a lawyer, and let them pay off our new cars. I don't think they should be allowed to put there trial service in vehicles without the consent of the buyer, and I think the dealerships should at least have to tell you its installed, and cancel it at the time of purchase.
I got this call, I have Sirius free for six months with my new car. My free period is about to end. I didn't answer.
This is Sirius XM. They call every damn day. Never leave a message. I never had Sirius and after this phone barrage, I NEVER will.
New Jersey Apr 01st, 2017
I answered but they hung up
California Feb 10th, 2017
Apparently from Sirius XM. I let my subscription expire. They will call you from several numbers and will call repeatedly. Near the expiry date it was every hour. Everytime I realize one of the numbers is them I just add it to the Contact on my phone so I know to ignore the call. I hear they will deal with you, but I will renew when I'm good and ready. :/
Keeps calling and never leaves a message....
Sirium XM Satellite Radio
They have been calling me every 3 days, I don't answer. cause it says name unavailable.
Washington Dec 19th, 2015
The satellite radio folks calling trying to get me to sign up for their service. Unfortunately now, these folks have their satellite radios pre-installed in many new vehicles, and they give some sort of free trial of their service with the purchase or lease of a new car. Then, long before the free trial ends, they start calling, emailing, and USPS mailing attempting to get you to sign up for their paid service after your free trial ends. I bought a new car one month ago, and already I've received the first of what will be many sign up solicitations in the mail, and this evening, their first phone call. I'm sure many more attempts will be made to contact me to get me to sign up for their satellite radio service.
Just the number on the caller ID