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Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:47 pm
by MahatmaCoat
Cheers


Our lass is a telly addict (and, by default, so's my little girl), but i won't even sit in the same room as one. It's like having a wild lion as a pet, except this lion attacks your psyche.

Should i just send 'em back anyway, including the old one?
What d'you reckon?

Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:50 pm
by huntingross
I collect them in some perverse fun, but by all means send them back, as long as you're not paying to send them back.

Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 12:24 am
by MahatmaCoat
heh heh, that's my solace....they pay the postage!
Aaaahh ha ha ha haaaa

Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:16 am
by Andy N
This morning I received a grey plastic A4 bag from HMRC, thats's going back.


So far I have sent back the notice of £100 penalty and 2 further brown envelopes, one from HMRC Banking in Scotland. I used "No contract" and "Refused for Cause" on those.

Has it got to harrassment stage yet or should I first notice them, with the definition of harrassment ?

Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:22 pm
by Ingy
After using John's Templates and finding out from an opposing TV License campaign group what info a TV official has to collect to get a court case against you I started using the "No Contract return to Sender" activism with confidence and it has worked for many months now.

And the amusing thing is that I still get an occasional letter from the TV License criminals with a professional advertising message on the outside of the envelope encouraging me to re-contract with them (I used to pay it) as it is an easy simple thing to do :grin: which indicates to me that they know that they cannot force me to contract with them and so they are using a more subtle approach now :giggle:

Re: RETURN TO SENDER campaign

PostPosted: Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:25 pm
by Forest
Travels wrote:...and make sure the letter's suitably weathered so it looks like I've been walking all over it in my hallway for a month...not a necessary part of the procedure of course, but it keeps me smiling...

LOL! Love that. What I used to do was to wait until I had a nice big pile of letters then send them all back at once, which must have been a tad irritating, especially as they had to pay the post. :giggle:
After a while they stopped then I had a couple of letters from the 'Returns Department' of the Post Office. So I sent those back too! :grin: