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This practice in general is rather disturbing. My former neighbouhood had problems with people going door to door selling home security, the sole purpose was to find houses that didn't have any so they could be targeted.
I moved here, and now Telus has visited twice in the first year. It's troubling to be asked about home security by a supposed stranger knocking on our door at night.
Now, you may offer to "remove my address" from your knock list, but really a few of us in our neighbourhood are weirded-out by the practice in general. It really makes me question dealing with Telus and we're now considering a switch to any provider that specifically doesn't have this practice.