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I just got direct tv last week and I would like to cancel service is not good lost it 4 times this week I heard there is federal law stating I can cancel in 3o days

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Contact your credit card company, tell them you are not happy with the service that you wish to cancel, be sure to make it clear you are canceling the service and no longer authorize payment, write down the person you talked to's name. time ect then contact the service provider and do the same thing, they will balk but if you make it clear that you have made the steps with the credit card they will cancel (record your call if you have the means, be sure to tell them you are recording, makes them responsible for anything they say!)

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If you have cable where you live stick with that or put an antenna on the roof. Any time it pours rain or the wind blows hard you will lose service.

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