Fraudsters are offering to retune residents’ TVs for £200 in the wake of the Bilsdale mast fire.
Since fire damaged the mast in August, thousands of residents across the Harrogate district have been without a TV signal. Some have also experienced intermittent service.
This has prompted some opportunistic scammers to knock on doors in North Yorkshire and offer to fix TVs for a fee.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said:
“If anyone knocks on your door to offer this service, do not let them into your home and do not give them any money.
“If anyone approaches you at your home and you are concerned, do not let them in and call the police on 101 to report this.”
Arqiva, has said a temporary mast should be up by October 5, meaning local residents should finally see an improvement to their TV signal.