Well, it’s almost the summer – and that means that more people may be approaching our doors, asking us to purchase products or services. We’ve written a lot of information about door-to-door sales on our blog, so today’s post acts as a one-stop-shop for direct sales information. We hope you find it useful!
Helpful information about door-to-door sales:
- Not sure what a door-to-door sales contract is? Check out this blog post for all the details.
- Here’s a blog post we wrote last summer, giving tips on what to do if you find yourself in a door-to-door sales situation.
- Looking to cancel a direct sales contract within 10 days of receiving a copy of the contract? Here’s a self-help tool for you, look under the “How do I cancel my contract?” section.
In British Columbia, a direct sales contract covers purchases over $50. Direct sellers are not licensed by Consumer Protection BC; however, BC’s consumer contract law does cover aspects of the contracts used by direct sellers. If you have a question or concern about a direct sales contract please contact us.