posted on Nov, 21 2012 @ 03:23 PM
There's been 100's of times when I've thought, 'f**k it, I'm not paying it anymore' but every time I end up giving in! It's not the £10
odd that bothers me as much as the fact we have to pay it in the first place, because at the end of the day the money directly funds the BBC.
Yes you can certainly use a document which I believe is called "Notice of removal of implied right of access", lots of templates on the net. This
pretty much bans them from going any where near your property and they can only contact you on your agreed terms say for instance over email....
If you don't watch live television, then you most certainly have a case to politely tell them to 'ram it' , and then they need to obtain
physical proof you're using a TV set so they can go to the courts.
I have a close friend who actually doesn't have a TV at all, partly down to his busy work schedule so any spare moment he gets he spends listening to
the radio on browsing the net, yet they regularly turn up at his door hounding him for payment and ask if they can inspect his house, which on every
occasion he laughs at them and tells them to stick it.
There's ways and means around paying it, but in the long term we need a revolution like what happened in Auz/NZ, they refused to pay in the masses,
and what could TPTB do.....absolutely nothing!