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DeKalb Police Offer Tips on Door-to-Door Scams

Here's what to do if someone shows up to your door trying to sell you something.

A few neighborhood associations in the North Druid Hills-Briarcliff area have said over the last week that door-to-door scammers have returned to the area, targeting elderly residents in particular.

DeKalb County police may have noticed that as well and sent out some tips on door-to-door scamming. See it above.

David Warlick February 26, 2013 at 03:25 PM
Should a legitimate door-to-door salesperson in DeKalb County have a permit? If so, how must the salesperson display the permit? If a permit is required but not shown, what telephone number should the homeowner call to alert authorities?
Rivkah E. May 02, 2013 at 12:19 AM
Don't open the door until/unless you don't know who it is! If it's a person you dont personally know, tell 'em to go away. Thats what I do!

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