Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 68. Charitable Solicitations
Section 50. Unlawful Practices.
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AS 45.68.050. Unlawful Practices.

During a solicitation for a charitable organization, a person may not

(1) use a deceptive act, including an act described in AS 45.50.471 ;

(2) without first being authorized in writing by the person, represent or imply that a contribution is for or on behalf of a person, or use an emblem, device, or printed matter belonging to or associated with the person;

(3) use a name, symbol, or statement so closely related or similar to a name, symbol, or statement used by another charitable organization that the use may confuse or mislead a person solicited for a contribution;

(4) use or exploit the fact of registration under this chapter to suggest or imply that the registration constitutes an endorsement or approval by the state; or

(5) represent directly or by implication that a charitable organization will receive from the contributions raised by a paid solicitor a greater percentage of a contribution than allowed under the contract executed under AS 45.68.020 .

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