Sale too good to be true? Pressured to “act fast” or you’ll lose the deal?
These are some of the warnings the province says to watch out for in door-to-door sales.
Driveway repair scams have been popping up in the province and the Sask. government says to be mindful who you’re dealing with.
The province adds that every salesman should have a valid direct seller’s license.
You can check the contractor’s validity on the Saskatchewan government’s website
Other tips include to be cautious of the price. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The province also says to get everything in writing, create a formal contract with clear expectations and to never give a blank cheque.