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Monday, 12 October 2020

TV Licensing Leafleting Over-75 Households

Despite booming coronavirus rates TV Licensing goons, some of whom wouldn't look out of place in a police line up, are leafleting potentially vulnerable over-75 customers.

Judging by the image above, captured on such a customer's home CCTV system a couple of days ago, it would appear that Morrison Data Services, which we already know delivers TV Licensing calling cards, has been given the task of visiting over-75 households.

It is a little disappointing that the goon shown above is not wearing any sort of PPE, his bare hand clearly seen contaminating the card he's about to deliver.

A reminder to over-75s that there are many legal alternatives to paying for a TV licence. Please don't feel any loyalty to the BBC, as it is entirely the lying BBC's decision to change the goalposts and saddle you with the full annual licence fee.

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1 comment:

Maryon Jeane said...

I am proud to say that I have persuaded two over-75 friends, who have all their lives paid for a 'TV licence' every year without fail, to cancel their Direct Debits and not pay any more.

They are also now not watching BBC broadcasts - which, frankly, I consider to be an even greater reason for some self-congratulation. The BBC promulgates misinformation and recklessly publishes Government lies, as I know at first hand (having worked for the BBC and still having contacts there).

The BBC have made a huge mistake in thinking that they can intimidate 'old' people. These are the Baby Boomers, who virtually invented civilian protest in the Western world(!).

I'm pretty sure people like this aren't going to be intimidated by a few fat men delivering leaflets...