posted on Aug, 1 2016 @ 04:58 PM
a reply to: bigyin
Three options spring to mind.
Option 1: Don't answer the door to them, don't respond to any communications, letters, or provide them with any personal information. And they don't
have a leg to stand on regarding there extortion scam. They will eventually threaten to obtain a search warrant, but not many courts/judges in the
land will issue such without the correct details, which is why they try so hard to get your personal information, like i said don't accommodate
Option 2: If you do answer the door to them simply say "I here by remove you implied right of access to this property, kindly leave the premises or i
will phone the Police and have you removed". Also don't provide them with any additional information and film them they don't like that.
Option 3: Wimp out, be intimidated by there illegal extortion scam and buy a licence.
edit on 1-8-2016 by andy06shake because: (no reason