It is a breach of the marketing act, when the sellers completely unsolicited, knocking on a citizen's door to offer to work for cheap or even no money
In the Camps and the nearby cities have citizens experienced, foreign men approach them in hopes of getting allowed to perform the asfaltarbejde.
on Monday at 9.25 notified a woman from Vetterslev, Ringsted, that she had recently had a visit from an English-speaking asfaltarbejder, which rang at the door and offered to perform free asfaltarbejde.
the Woman rejected the offer and the English speaking man who ended up running from the scene in a van together with his asfaltsjak.
the Same day at 9.59 notified another man from Huginsvej in Ringsted, that he in his home, was contacted by an English-speaking man with a scottish or irish dialect, which offered to make some holes in the yard, since they had no liquid asphalt in the profits. The reviewer thanked the dog no to the offer, and asfaltarbejderen left the site.
Police are now calling the citizens to show the same skepticism towards people, that unsolicited offers of their labor. Also, citizens should make sure that you get entered into a lawful contract of work.
It tells the Middle - and West zealand Police to Ekstra Bladet.
- We warn the citizens that they should not interact with these dørssælgere. We have had a case where a citizen thanked yes, and there subsequently arose a discrepancy in relation to the price and agreement, says Charlotte Tornquist, who is the communications officer at Mid and West zealand Police. She refers to the episodes as a recurring phenomenon, which particularly shows itself in the summer.
on Friday night accused the police a 56-year-old man from Ireland, with address in Birkerød for violating the Danish marketing practices act, when he the day before approximately at 15.30 met up in person with a home-owner on the Nebsmøllevej in the Informant and offered to perform asfaltarbejde.
They were just an agreement that the 56-year-old was at the urging of a small part of a dirt road at an agreed price.
On Friday met the 56-year-old up at the address with a team asfaltarbejdere, which is paved all dirt road and not only the five meters, which is the agreement according to the reviewer sounded.
The 56-year-old was questioned on the matter, but refused the relationship.
The 56-year-old can expect to hear more from the police in the case, as the door-to-door without prior agreement is a violation of the marketing act.
Charlotte Tornquist from the Middle - and West zealand Police calls on citizens to act just as wisely as the reviewers in the above-mentioned episodes and reject the offer of asfaltarbejde, as there is a risk of being cheated or getting the work carried out by persons without having the work permit is in order.
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