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Thursday, July 5th, 2018 11:08 PM


What is ATT's policy on door-to-door sales and "No Soliciting" signs?

Why did an ATT salesman knock on my door when I have a no soliciting sign? I work nights. It woke me up. Is precisely the reason I have the sign. Do you have a policy for these signs? I'm an ATT customer and NOT happy about this. 


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4 months ago

those are 3rd party sales not employed by at&t and at&t has no authority, most just ignore the sign same as a beware of dog sign 

Even private property owners may be surprised to learn that door-to-door soliciting actually is legal in the United States. The Supreme Court has ruled that traveling salespeople have a constitutional right to be there, upholding their right to free speech for commercial purposes. States, and even local municipalities, are not allowed to create laws or regulations, for example requiring registration or permits or setting permissible solicitation hours.

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