I caught Dish Network in a lie. First, Dish said they needed to do a credit check. They said I could get this out of the way and no charges will be made. Well, I got nailed for $99.00 since I didn't want a contract. I let that one slide by because that fee would be required anyway. This next one won't be. This is the next one. I asked specifically how much it would cost for me to get two VIP-722 receivers and was told that the first one is free and the second one would carry a lease fee. So, I said, what's my first bill be like and every bill thereafter. It would be $130.00 for the first bill and $65.00 after wards. I agreed to those terms for that is all they told me. Installer came May 9th and said he was to install a VIP-722, which is great and a 222. I have no idea what a 222 is other than it's not a DVR and it's not what I asked for as well as what was promised to me by Dish. The installer tried to correct this issue but Dish wasn't going to hear about it. The policy is if customer wants another 722, then he pays $200.00 for it. I turned the installer away until I could rectify the problem. Dish's solution to the problem, since it was their mistake and wouldn't admit it, was to decrease the price of $200.00 for the 722 receiver to $100.00 instead. I said, "Are you kidding me?!?" That's the deal. Take it or leave it type of response. I called the headquarters to complain about this and was offered what I was asking for. I told the person on the line that we're going to play this game my way. I told him first, that I wanted my $99.00 payment that was not authorized returned to me. That one is completed. Also, I wanted this deal that was, once again, offered to me in writing. That way, if down the road, an agent were to bill me for unnecessary fees that wasn't agreed to, I could take them to court and win. This one is still in work.