Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by BristolRoversfc, 14 Mar 2019 at 11:40.
TV Licencing will contact you by post if there is a problem. They will certainly not email you and ask you to click on a link.
In the NHS, we get at least one of these a week which most people delete, but they are getting clever now. The last one appeared to be a reply from a genuine employee i.e. looked like he had replied to an e-mail he was sent. but the link you had to click to "uncover the message" gave the game away. Someone did click one of these once, and our entire network drive was hijacked and we were sent a ransom. it took IT quite a while to get rid of it.
Paid up? Which email did you reply to?
I too miss the surprisingly large number of young Russian women who used to live near me. They always seemed so friendly. Who would have thought they'd all abandon me over something as trivial as an ad-blocker.
I have an old beard trimmer for sale
I, on the other hand, the Reverend Brains, have one million pounds that I got from a deceased parishioner and would like to deposit in you account to avoid the local tax and you can keep 10% of it
My information is here
(this one actually is a genuine link, well worth spending a wet afternoon enjoying)
darnit...you got me all excited there.....
Give me your bank details and I'll look into it for you....
Yes, I noticed that. The service the licensing peeps provide is taking our money....
But, if the licence numbers are correct, does that mean that the gov.uk site has been hacked?
I second that! I love that site.
I'm not worried about paying my TV licence just now. I'll have plenty of money to spare when that Nigerian chief releases the funds from his oil account.
40-27-15 02724502, E. Turner.
Joking aside, a friend of mine genuinely had the same experience with Svetlana from Yekaterinaberg. It cost him £25k over eight months and his health.
Blimey ... yeah, I've heard some stories like that ... think there was a docu on telly once
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