Just posting this so some more people will see this.
Dish Network is doing something that is very unethical and I wanted to warn the forum about it. What they are doing is, if you cancel your subscription to Dish and they owe you a credit because of prorating on your bill, THEY WILL NOT PAY YOU WHAT THEY OWE YOU, unless you call them and request it. I had been with Dish for eight years and had been very happy with them. I had always done auto payment with them. I recently canceled my subscription with them and then I noticed that they had billed me for a whole month instead of just a few days of that final month. When I called them up to find out what happened they said I had a credit of $60.00. When I asked why that had not been applied to my credit card, they told me that they don't do that unless I request it. When I asked what they were going to do if I had not called, they told me "nothing". I can only imagine how many people that Dish has simply kept their "credits", since a lot of people don't think about tracking the prorated money that companies owe them. I will be contacting the Department of Consumer Affairs to report this policy of Dish Network.