‘Very pushy’ door-to-door salespeople reported in Park City
The Park City Police Department last week received at least four complaints about door-to-door salespeople, a string of reports that is uncommon in the city.
In three of the cases, the police were told the salespeople were acting aggressively. Two of the people told the police the salespeople were offering cleaning products. Public police logs did not provide details about the other cases. City Hall outlaws door-to-door sales.
The cases included:
It is illegal for businesses to solicit customers on a door-to-door basis in Park City unless they hold the proper license. It was not immediately clear whether the people reported last week had the licenses they need.
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