20 January, 2020
Fake text messages are being sent out claiming to be from the “CLC enforcement team” reporting an unpaid balance. The texts further advise that the CLC will be attending their property address within the next 7 days if the balance remains unpaid.
If you receive such a text claiming to be from us please ignore it.
We have no such department and currently only ever send reminder text messages to individuals we regulates as part of our license renewal process.
The message can be reported to Action Fraud, the national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime
0300 123 2040
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