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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Calling Ex-TV Licensing Employees

Are you a former TV Licensing employee that wants to be reintegrated into society?

It's not going to be easy, given your previous association with one of the most unscrupulous organisations in Britain, but salvation is at hand.

Talk to us and all will be forgiven!

If you've previously worked for TV Licensing or one of their sub-contracted companies then we'd like to hear from you. Too often we have asked the BBC direct questions, which they have done their utmost to dodge using legalese and sleight of hand. We already know most of the answers, but would like to hear your inside story.

What strategies did you employ to catch licence fee evaders? How did your bosses encourage you to up your performance figures? What loopholes made the system work for you but not for the viewer?

If you're an ex-TV Licensing employee seeking rehabilitation then drop us a line at the email address on the sidebar.

1 comment:

Ron Tocknell said...

I almost wish I was an ex TV Licensing employee! What a brilliant idea!