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Sunday, 21 February 2016

TV Licensing Harassing the Dead and Bereaved

Not many words to go with this one, as the picture really does paint a thousand of them.

The Twitter conversation shown above happened just a few moments ago. It's not the first time we've seen a conversation like this and, despite TV Licensing's forthcoming snivveling apology, it certainly won't be the last.

Note that Helen has made TV Licensing abundantly clear of the circumstances surrounding her late father's property, yet it continues to send its menacing correspondence regardless. How utterly contemptible, but thoroughly within character for the BBC's revenue generation bullies.

Never underestimate the depths TV Licensing will stoop to in order to make a few extra quid for its paedo-protecting BBC paymasters.

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Fred Bear said...

The BBC just sees people as a revenue stream. They'll continue to mail out their threatening letters by the million. By simple statistics they'll know that some of the recipients will be recently bereaved people or people suffering serious health problems. The BBC doesn't care about the distress they cause - it's all about the cash. They can only get away with their behaviour because of the idiotic TV Licensing system in the UK. If they were funded by a voluntary subscription their tone would be very different.

Chris said...

I've scoured the Twitter conversation and cannot spot TV Licensing's grovelling apology, or even a second response of any kind. The BBC don't appear to appreciate the upset the harassing tone of their sanctioned letters cause for people, nor the work they impose on people by being dumb and automated (work which I will be invoicing for when I next receive them). If I sent letters like that I suspect I'd have the police 'wanting a word with me' before long.