TV Licence scam warning: Britons urged to make vital check – 'keep your data safe'


The sender’s name will show as TVL Pay, the website confirms.

Email recipients are urged to check the email address by selecting the sender’s name, or email address, to show the actual email address.

This is because scammers can often hide the true email address they’re using.

A warning sign that a scam may be in play is that the person is told they need to make an urgent payment.

TV Licensing added: “We only email customers about payments if they have missed one.





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