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Saturday 11 January 2020

TV Licensing Inviting Scam Emails

TV Licensing is inviting recipients of scam emails to forward them on.

According to a recently added page on the official TV Licensing website: "By sending us the scam email as an attachment to scam@tvlicenisng.co.uk (sic) you allow us to extract as much information as possible in order to beat the scammers."

Of course given the dodgy spelling of that email address, it could be another TV Licensing scam in its own right!

It'll be interesting to see how long it takes TV Licensing to correct that mistake, given that we have now drawn it to their attention.

Given that TV Licensing's slipshod attitude towards cyber security (read more here and here) is undoubtedly responsible for some, if not all, of the recent boom in scam emails, it's only fair that everyone forwards on any scam emails they receive.

There are a lot of these scam emails about at the moment and, in TV Licensing's own words, performing this important civic duty will enable them to "beat the scammers".

Of course the email address provided (scam@tvlicensing.co.uk) is only intended for scam TV Licensing emails.

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