Should Home Inspectors Be Selling Clients to Alarm Systems Telemarketers?

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Ava, MO

#1 Jul 1, 2013
Read this discussion where some home inspectors are arguing as to whether or not it is right to continue to sell personal information entrusted to them by home buyers to alarm systems telemarketers. It appears that some contracts that some home inspectors use even help telemarketers get by with calling people on "no call" lists, legally.
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