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Door-to-Door Sales

Read: Woman Stands Ground Against ADT Scammers, 2 Later Arrested

Woman Stands Ground Against ADT Scammers, 2 Later Arrested

Skyler and Madeline Newby were arrested in May for a slew of attempts to scam residents into giving them access into their homes to update their ADT security systems.

Read: ADT Braces for ‘Record Year’ of Door-Knocking Deception

ADT Braces for ‘Record Year’ of Door-Knocking Deception

ADT organized a press conference in Utah along with the Better Business Bureau to inform consumers nationwide about deceptive sales practices.

Read: Vivint Sales Rep Accused of Verbally Attacking Pregnant Woman

Vivint Sales Rep Accused of Verbally Attacking Pregnant Woman

A sales representative for Vivint has been accused of verbally abusing a pregnant Canadian woman outside her home during a sales call.

Read: U.S. Cities Seek Updated Ordinances for Door-to-Door Sales

U.S. Cities Seek Updated Ordinances for Door-to-Door Sales

How will the new changes affect door-to-door alarm sales companies?

Read: Police: Beware of Man Posing as Protection 1 Sales Rep

Police: Beware of Man Posing as Protection 1 Sales Rep

The Santa Fe Police Department believes a man posing as a Protection 1 sales representative is targeting children.

Read: BP Alarm Sales Rep Targets Elderly NorthStar Alarm Client

BP Alarm Sales Rep Targets Elderly NorthStar Alarm Client

A Washington resident was paying two alarm bills after a BP Alarm representative allegedly tricked her into signing a new contract.

Read: Florida Police Warn of Dishonest Alarm Salesman

Florida Police Warn of Dishonest Alarm Salesman

Hernando County (Fla.) deputies have received reports that a Capital Connect sales representative is using dishonest tactics to sell homeowners upgrades to their security systems.

Read: Vivint Banned From Selling Door-to-Door in Wyoming City

Vivint Banned From Selling Door-to-Door in Wyoming City

The Cheyenne City Council and Cheyenne Police Department have opted not to renew Vivint’s solicitor license after residents complained of the security firm’s aggressive sales tactics.

Read: West Virginia Attorney General: Trio Alarm Uses Deceptive Sales Tactics

West Virginia Attorney General: Trio Alarm Uses Deceptive Sales Tactics

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has filed a civil complaint against Trio Alarm, claiming that the door-to-door alarm sales company tricked customers into signing contracts with the firm.

Read: Door-to-Door Alarm Sales Rep Dupes 9-Month Pregnant Woman

Door-to-Door Alarm Sales Rep Dupes 9-Month Pregnant Woman

A Safe Home Security salesperson allegedly tricked a nine-month pregnant ADT customer into signing a five-year contract with his alarm firm.

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