B745 - Unsolicited Communications Act 2015Watch
Also for goodness sake, put the image thingy at the top. Professionalism!
Nay! Bad for the free market. If you don't want someone selling you something when knocking on your door, just politely decline. You don't need to be protected by legislation.
I disagree. It shouldn't be down to people to fend off constant approaches by business. We're more than consumers - we should have the right to some peace and quiet in our own homes. If people want a product or a service, they'll seek it out. It's down to business to offer good products and services at a price people are willing to pay for them. If they do that, they'll sell.
Aye! I like the idea of this bill but think the administration of fining businesses per unsolicited contact and then sharing out the fine is complicated and costly.
This is anti-business. A better law would be to make businesses put certain residences on a never-annoy-again list if they spur their solicitations.
Also, business isn't everything. As said, people aren't just consumers. It's down to business to produce things and offer things that people want and need. If they do that, people will come to them.
Since the abolition of mrs Windsor from power we no longer recognise her seal and as such as a government are refusing to use it and are instead in tge process of making a 'seal of the office of the president' to put atop our bills.