TV Licence Scams - October 2020

Following a recent rise in scams relating to TV Licensing, the team at TV Licensing have updated their  scam information.  

Please find below a link to a pdf leaflet on how to identify genuine TV Licensing communications and how to spot scammers. How to spot TV Licensing Scams

They would be delighted if you can share this infomation with friends, family, neighbours and groups that you belong to. They are also more than happy to answer any questions you may have regarding scams or anything TV Licensing related as well as share any other materials that would be useful for your newsletter, social media or website.

 They can also offer short virtual briefings with us, which are designed to update you/your groups with all the latest information and answer any questions you may have. The session would cover:

  • TV Licence concessions available that your clients could be eligible to access
  • the most affordable ways to pay for the TV Licence – important information for any of your clients facing financial hardship  

 Please do get in touch if you have any questions or if you’d be interested in exploring a virtual briefing.

Contact details : 

Melissa Shires, TV Licensing Community Relations, London and South East

+44-(0)2034519128 | M +44-(0)7495 608 064 |


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