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Today the same individual visited my home on three occaisions. He would knock but by the time I got to the door he was gone. I have him on camera. I was finally able to get to the door in time to speak with him. He said he was from Verizon and asked about my DSL service. I didn't see anything on him that indicated he worked for Verizon. I told him I wasn't interested in changing anything, I closed the door and he left.
Now I am wondering if Verizon actually sends sales people to customer's homes.
Can someone from Verizon comment on this?
This is a peer to peer support forum.
Verizon typically does not respond to posts here.
My guess is that he is employed by a marketing company that is hired by Verizon.
As CRobGauth noted, door-to-door sales folk are most likely working for 3rd party marketing companies and not Verizon. There are many complaints about these types of folks making promises about service deals such as free activation that aren't backed by Verizon. I would suggest that you deal only with Verizon directly through their web site, phone sales or online chat.