I live in TN and canceled my service with Direct TV in November 2010. I moved overseas and threw away all of my paper work from the States. Direct TV charged my credit card on file on March 2012 for $500 and claimed that it was due to me failing to send the receivers. They mailed me a box and I sent them the receivers. They claimed that my entire balance would be refunded back to my credit card. I forgot about it until July 2012 , where I got charged again $197.76 , this time with the claim stating that I canceled my service early and that is the charge for it. How can they charge you almost 2 years after the service, and this we know is false due to the fact that contracts usually are for 2 years and we had been with them longer than 2 years after canceling. Is there anything I can do to legally to dispute this even though I do not have the documentation for it anymore? Is it right for a company to wait 2 years and then file a charge to the past customers?