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Saturday, 22 September 2018

The Latest TV Licensing Phishing Expedition

We've been pretty vocal on Twitter about phishing emails purportedly from TV Licensing, but we've thus far neglected to mention it here on the TV Licensing Blog.

TV Licensing do not offer refunds out of the blue. Any email offering a TV licence refund is almost certainly a scam. It should be deleted and ignored, without clicking through on any of the links.

Anyone making the mistake of acting on a scam email could end up having their payment details compromised. There has been enough of that going on via the official TV Licensing website.

TV Licensing is in the business of taking money from people, even when none is due. TV Licensing rarely gives money back and certainly never will voluntarily. The TV Licensing refund and complaint systems are deliberately made time-consuming and difficult, in the hope that anyone using them grows weary and admits defeat.

Thick and incompetent as TV Licensing might be, even it can spell the phrase "TV licence" correctly. Phishing emails regularly contain the incorrect spelling "TV license".

To summarise: Any email offer of a TV licence refund is almost certainly a scam and should be ignored. If TV Licensing really wanted to get in touch it would send an actual physical letter.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You're right. I did not get the refund that I should have got from these fraudulent low life scumbags. After filling out the form on their website 4 years ago they decided to play dumb. They suddenly have learning difficulties and amnesia when it comes to returning our money that they use to buy drugs and binge on champagne and to over-fund talentless zombies such as secret Transgender, Chris Evans. The FTM who took a job that should have gone to a genetic male had the BBC not been Baphomet worshipers.

We need more information - says TVL? Do these illiterates fraudsters not speak English? They wanted me to go back on the website again and waste my time. They play games. They are gas-lighting fraudsters, who get away with stealing our money and lying to the public. They are parasites who do not want to work for an honest living. They promote pedophilia and employ secret trannies. I definitely would not trust any email from these decadent con artists and followers of the Synagogue of Satan.

No household in Britain should have to pay a license fee for lies and deception and to be programmed by gender bending cult fraudsters.