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My friend got an email the other day saying that he may be eligible to get $12 or 3 months free of Sirius XM radio due to a settlement. I thought it might be fake but upon further inspection, I verified that it's legit. It's listed on the Sirius XM support website.

I took out personal details from the email but you can see a copy of it below:

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Dear Your Name:
FILE A CLAIM
YOUR CLAIM # 1234TEST

Questions? Call 800-452-3837 or visit https://siriusxmdnctcpasettlement.com

A federal court authorized this notice. You are not being sued. Records show that you may be entitled to money from a class action settlement. A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit claiming that Sirius XM made telephone calls to persons registered on the National Do Not Call Registry or Sirius XM's Internal Do Not Call Registry. Sirius XM denies any wrongdoing of any kind and the Court has not decided who is right. The Settlement gives Class Members the choice to receive either 3 months of Free Service or a cash payment.

Si desea recibir esta notificación en español, visite nuestra página web o llámenos.

Who's Included? The Settlement Class includes all persons in the U.S. who from October 16, 2013 through April 26, 2019 received a solicitation call by or on behalf of Sirius XM (a) at least twice within a 12-month period after their landline or wireless telephone number was registered more than 31 days on the National Do-Not-Call Registry, or (b) after their landline or wireless telephone number was registered on Sirius XM's internal Do-Not-Call list.

Settlement Terms. Sirius XM will provide (a) 3 months of free access to Sirius XM's All Access Subscription package (Free Service), which provides access to all of Sirius XM's available channels, currently consisting of over 150 channels plus streaming Sirius XM; or (b) a Settlement Fund of $25 million, which will be distributed to Class Members who submit valid claim forms, and used for attorneys' fees and expenses, service awards, and settlement administration. Each Class Member can choose either Free Service or a cash payment, but you cannot choose both. If you do nothing, you will get nothing and release your claims against Sirius XM.

How Do I Get Free Service? How Do I Get a Payment?
To choose either option, you must complete a claim form at
SiriusXMdncTCPAsettlement.com or mail it to:

Sirius XM DNC Settlement, P.O. Box 374, Claysburg, PA 16625

Find the required ESN by tuning to "0" on your Sirius XM radio or by following instructions at https://www.siriusxm.com/help/findsirius. Class Counsel estimates the current retail value of Free Service at approximately $81.

Class Counsel estimates that the cash payment will be approximately $12. How much each Class Member receives depends on how many people make valid claims.

Your Other Options. If you do not want to be legally bound by the Settlement, you must exclude yourself by 10/8/2019. If you exclude yourself, you get no Free Service and no cash payment from the Settlement. You may object to the Settlement by 10/8/2019. The information available on the Settlement website SiriusXMdncTCPAsettlement.com explains how to exclude yourself or object, and provides further information on the Settlement, including the Class definition. The Court will hold a Hearing on 11/7/2019 to consider whether to approve the Settlement, a request for attorneys' fees of up to twenty percent (20%) of the Settlement's total value and a service payment of up to $10,000 to the Class Representative. You may appear at the hearing, either yourself or through an attorney hired by you, but you do not have to appear at the hearing. For complete terms of the Settlement, visit SiriusXMdncTCPAsettlement.com
Just thought I would share this in case anyone qualifies and might be interested.
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Does it matter whether you were a customer when they called? I thought one loophole of Do not call list is if you are or were a customer of the company, they are allowed to call you.
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Does it matter whether you were a customer when they called? I thought one loophole of Do not call list is if you are or were a customer of the company, they are allowed to call you.
It reads "a paying subscriber". I definitely got a few calls from them once my trial on my f150 ended. But, it was a trial, never paid so I assume I can claim this.
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It reads "a paying subscriber". I definitely got a few calls from them once my trial on my f150 ended. But, it was a trial, never paid so I assume I can claim this.
That's exactly how i've read it. My number had always been on DNC registry and each time I have purchased a new vehicle and the XM trial expires I got bombarded with calls from them.

XM/Sirius is almost as annoying as the vehicle warranty calls and letters.
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I was eligible for this with my last vehicle. I don't care for the service, didn't listen much even when it was during the free trial period, so I opted for a check. I don't remember the numbers exactly but I think payout was estimated to be $18, yet I actually ended up getting a check for something like $86 maybe. Definitely go for the check.

When they started calling for my current vehicle I asked them not to anymore; that's when the ridiculous mailers started.
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XM is dead..said to say when they sold out to LL Cool DJ (Rhyme), Trash DJ (Electric)..Not even going to bother for $12 as they will prob resubscribe me instead. Went to di.fm instead
Who gets it for music I get it for Howard Stern
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If you were a customer and on the DNC list, they can still call you. This is from the DNC list site, "Companies can call you if you've recently done business with them" so that would include trials.
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Who gets it for music I get it for Howard Stern
I enjoy the music channels. In particular, outlaw country. It's the only way I can hear real, non-bro/pop crap they have on FM.

edit: ouch, down voted by Luke Bryan fans who enjoy snap tracks 😀
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Who gets it for music I get it for Howard Stern
Plenty of people. I've had Sirius off and on for years and never listened to Stern. No likee.
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Still waiting on my $50 rebate lol
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I enjoy the music channels. In particular, outlaw country. It's the only way I can hear real, non-bro/pop crap they have on FM.
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I get it for fox news and sports....music..I can stream music easily from many sorces... dont like Stern either
I enjoy music channels too. Chill 53 is pretty good. But if I had to pay l'd get Pandora instead.
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