Dealing with door-to-door sales – videos

Dealing with door-to-door sales – videos

This two-part series will help you understand your rights so you don't feel pressured into entering into contracts without fully understanding the consequences.

Watch the videos

Part 1 tells the story of Marcello and his encounter with a door-to-door salesperson.

Watch Dealing with door-to-door sales: part 1.

In Part 2 a Victoria Legal Aid lawyer talks about Marcello’s experience and what he might have done differently.

Watch Dealing with door-to-door sales: part 2.

More information

The film supports a wider Do not knock campaign started by the Consumer Action Law Centre, then developed further by the Footscray Community Legal Centre and other legal centres. The campaign aims to stop people from entering into contracts that are not in their financial interests. It empowers people to report breaches of the rules that govern door-to-door sales.

Read more about your legal rights when dealing with door-to-door salespeople or how you can take action on the Do Not Knock website.

You can get a 'Do not knock' sticker to put on your door. This warns sales people that they are breaking the law if they knock on your door. To order copies of the 'Do not knock' sticker in quantities up to 50, download Consumer Affairs Victoria's General publications order form and lodge the form by email or post.

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