Ruthless and underhand tactics used by BBC licence fee agents can be exposed today.
Under an aggressive incentive scheme, hundreds of enforcement officers have orders to each catch 28 evaders a week.
Bosses promise bonuses of up to £15,000 a year, saying staff must gather evidence to take as many people to court as possible.
Homeowners who fail to pay can be fined and given criminal records.
Among the vulnerable targeted in the past seven days are a war veteran with dementia and a desperate young mother in a women’s refuge.
The revelations come from an investigation by a Daily Mail undercover reporter interviewed for an enforcement job by Capita.
What a charming lot the cuddly BBC are.
Their abolition couldn't come soon enough for me. Not had a telly in over a decade anyway - and I was just ahead of the game it seems. The BBC model is dead. Good riddance.
What is wrong with bonuses, big companies pay bonuses to their bosses for good performance. And now some lowly plebs get bonuses about £14000, nothing in comparisons what the big bosses get, and for hard work.
What kind of capitalist are you anyway?
My big nose catches a smell of socialism, ukip socialism.