Published on: 19 Jan 2022 11:54
Written by: Maryhill Housing
Sadly, scams are on the increase and TV Licensing is one of the organisations that scammers may try to impersonate. If you receive something that says it’s from TV Licensing that you’re not sure about, the first thing to do is STOP. Don’t rush into giving away any of your personal information.
Scammers will use a variety of methods to try and obtain information from you – maybe through an email, letter, text, phone call, or even a visitor at your door. This leaflet tells you what to check for in each case, to help you identify whether communications are genuinely from TV Licensing or not.
If you’re unsure about any communication that you’ve received from TV Licensing, they’re always happy to help. In this leaflet you’ll find their contact details, plus other organisations you can contact for information and advice.
For more information, visit the TV Licensing website.