Door to door warning in Niagara Falls
The City of Niagara Falls warning of some door to door salespeople claiming to be working in conjunction with the City or the Province.
City officials were recently advised of door to door salespeople selling water filtration equipment or requesting an inspection of your water lines.
In some cases the sales reps have requested personal information on your utility accounts.
The City says it has no association with the group, and does not support or sell water filtration equipment.
They're reminding residents If a City employee is required to enter your household, they will provide proper identification and will be driving in a vehicle clearly marked as The City of Niagara Falls.
Anyone with concerns is asked to contact Sue Wheeler, Manager of Environmental Services 905-356-7521 ext 6247.
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