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Warning: TV Licensing Scam doing the rounds.

Jitendar Canth (Reviewer) posted this on Wednesday, 29th July 2020, 13:23

With the over 75 free TV licence ending on the 31st of July, the e-mails have started flying. Watch your inbox for dodgy ones asking you to update your details. They obviously didn't check my age before mailing me...

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7/29/2020 2:11:36 p.m. TV Licensing - Due to outdated account details.

my.Licence - Television licensing in the United Kingdom [id pmkbchq ] <mpfbl[at]eb.tenelet>

To: my e-mail address;

29/07/20 14:11

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You are licensed until 7/29/2020 2:11:36 p.m.

Hi my e-mail address

Due to outdated account details, your licence has been flagged and it will be suspended if no response has been received against this notification.

It’s important we keep our records up to date. It help us keeping track of our licensee and to perform periodic subscription transaction without interrupting the licence service, saving downtime of our services to users.

How to update your details:
You can change or update details using this platform. You'll be required basic identification documents in hand which will help you in updating the profile with authentic official information.

Update now

Whether you’re paying for your TV Licence, setting up a Direct Debit, or updating your details, you can relax in the knowledge that this is a secure website and your personal information is safe with us.

TV ID: nimisnrxbppkhucwymvxxpvykmcdvjszgilcsxonwevycixvqy

Thank you

TV Licensing


The link which I've broken in the text points to this website...

https://www.suaimo.com.br

It's nice to know that TV licencing is now run out of Brazil!

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RE: Warning: TV Licensing Scam doing the rounds.

Robee J Shepherd (undefined) posted this on Wednesday, 29th July 2020, 14:04

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Jitendar Canth says...
"It's nice to know that TV licencing is now run out of Brazil!"

You need a license to watch TV in Brazil!!! (maybe?)


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RE: Warning: TV Licensing Scam doing the rounds.

Si Wooldridge (Reviewer) posted this on Wednesday, 29th July 2020, 14:09

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Robee J Shepherd says...
"You need a license to watch TV in Brazil!!! (maybe?)"

Apparently not:

Brazil
In Brazil, there is no fee or TV license. The Padre Anchieta Foundation, which manages TV Cultura and the Cultura FM and Cultura Brasil radio stations, is financed through lendings from the State Government of São Paulo and advertisements and cultural fundraising from the private sector. Empresa Brasil de Comunicação, which manages TV Brasil and public radio stations (Rádio MEC and Rádio Nacional), is financed from the Federal Budget, besides profit from licensing and production of programs, institutional advertisement, and service rendering to public and private institutions.[135] The public resources dedicated to TV Cultura (that is, the gross budget of the Foundation) was R$74.7 million in 2006, but of those R$36.2 million were donated from private industry partners and sponsors.[136]

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This item was edited on Wednesday, 29th July 2020, 14:09

RE: Warning: TV Licensing Scam doing the rounds.

badboybez (Elite) posted this on Wednesday, 29th July 2020, 17:06

The official ones are a scam.

IN MADNESS YOU DWELL

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