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    SoAdmiralK
    Participant

    Just my annual rant about door to door people! No soliciting means no soliciting. Whether you are selling me something or asking for money. Isn’t this method of business a bit outdated at this point????

    #957635

    HelperMonkey
    Participant

    A guy from Greenpeace came to my door about a month ago. I kindly pointed to the ‘No Soliciting’ sign and asked him to leave. He protested, saying “Greenpeace isn’t soliciting!” I asked him again to leave the property and again he protested. I asked if I had to get the police involved. So basically, what happened was a man came to my door when I was home alone and refused to leave. That can be a scary situation. I called the local Greenpeace office the next day and made a complaint. I asked the female supervisor how she would feel if she were home alone and a man came to her door and ignored repeated requests to leave. She agreed, and said that she’d talk to her team. I would urge you to call and make a complaint to their local office.

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    newnative
    Participant

    Sounds like the definition of “solicit” has been lost and that needs to be part of the re-training. Don’t they realize they’re representing a whole organization?

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