Thursday, 16 February 2012
BBC harass paying Gloucestershire customer
"A Citizens Advice Bureau in Gloucestershire reported that their client was angry as she kept receiving threatening letters from TV Licensing for her former home, despite the fact that she had previously informed them that her house was empty and awaiting sale. The client had actually bought a licence for her new home, and described being threatened with official visits and prosecution as ‘harassment’. When she complained to TV Licensing they informed her that they would stop the letters but that this would only remain the case for three months."
Click here for the Citizens Advice Bureau report
Posted by c630 at 18:47