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Sunday, 12 June 2011

TV Licensing Lies, Deceit and Intimidation - Write to Watchdog!

I quite like the BBC's Watchdog programme.

The idea of the little people squashing cheats, bullies and swindlers is quite appealing. The way their illegal or immoral actions are exposed to the entire nation fills me with a certain degree of satisfaction.

Then I thought: What better way to deal with TV Licensing then to set the BBC's Watchdog programme onto them?

I mean Watchdog likes nothing better than to challenge rogue organisations that harass and intimidate law-abiding individuals in the comfort of their own homes. Taking on TV Licensing, which regularly spits venom at genuine non-TV users by sending them threatograms, should be right up their alley.

So if you want to join my crusade please download this letter to Watchdog and send it to them.

It gives you a flavour of what you could write. It's a Word document so if necessary you can tailor it to your own needs. You can send it either by post (address on letter) or email: watchdog@bbc.co.uk

Please forward the link to as many people as you possibly can and spread the word. If you're a user of Digg, StumbleUpon, Facebook or Twitter all the better.

Together we can tackle the culture of TV Licensing lies, deceit and intimidation!

2 comments:

33_hertz said...

Thumbs up!! :-))
You're a cheeky beggar, I shall send mine off this week.

Cheers

Anonymous said...

Suggested addition to letter to Watchdog:

P.S. If you do intend featuring this on your programme please let me know - I'll go to a friends house and watch it!