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Tuesday, 27 December 2011

TV Licensing Web Impersonators

Just when we thought there was nothing lower than the sinister and deceitful tactics employed by TV Licensing, we've discovered something even worse - a TV Licensing impersonator.

Quite why anyone would stoop low enough to impersonate TV Licensing is beyond me. It's akin to someone pretending to be Gary Glitter when applying for employment at a Vietnamese creche. If they're really that keen to be associated with TV Licensing then they could easily get a job there. It's not as if Capita are picky about who they employ, with quite a handful of their past employees having been on the licence fee rob.

For some obscure reason someone has created a YouTube profile called "TVLEnforcement", which they have used to leave worrying comments on anti-TV licence contributions there.

If you've received a message from TVLEnforcement then it's nothing to be concerned about. These low lives have even less clout than the official TV Licensing.

A quick reminder that non-TV users are under no legal obligation whatsoever to communicate or co-operate with TV Licensing. Simply close the door, hang up the phone or delete the email purportedly from them.

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