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Saturday, 14 July 2012

TV Licensing Helpogram

And now for something completely different, as Monty Python legend John Cleese would say.

All too frequently we receive complaints about the menacing and dishonest wording of TV Licensing's routine mailings to unlicensed properties. These red-daubed letters, dubbed threatograms for the sinister undertones of their wording, falsely imply that the recipient is a law breaker heading straight to court.

Today we bring you a TV Licensing helpogram, thanks to the efforts of Technophobe at the TV Licence Resistance forums.

Please feel free to share the helpogram with your legally licence free family and friends. Unlike TV Licensing's routine threatograms this helpogram is a 100% accurate account of just how limited TV Licensing's powers actually are.


Anonymous said...

I have printed these off and distributed them in my local village.

Even my local PCSO took one off me :) Lets call it me doing my bit for the community.

admin said...

If everyone was to tweet and retweet that image then it wouldn't take long for word to spread.

Do keep me informed of your court protest.