- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 45. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 63. Telephonic Solicitations
- Section 10. Registration.
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AS 45.63.010. Registration.
- (a) A person may not sell or attempt to sell property or services by telephonic means if the person makes substantially
the same offer on substantially the same terms to two or more persons, unless the telephone seller is registered with
the Department of Law at least 30 days before the solicitation campaign.
- (b) To register under (a) of this section, a person shall file with the department
- (1) a notice of intent to engage in a solicitation campaign; a separate notice of intent shall be filed for each
- (2) an irrevocable consent appointing the department the person's agent for the receipt of service of process in a court
action or other proceeding against the person, or the successor in interest of the person, for a violation of this
- (3) a signed statement that the person has read and will comply with this chapter and the regulations adopted under this
- (c) Registration under (b) of this section is not complete until the telephone seller receives an acknowledgement from the
department that the seller has complied with (b) of this section.
- (d) The notice of intent must be on a form or in a format provided and established by the department by regulation. The
department may require the notice of intent to be submitted under oath or affirmation or with notice that false
statements made are punishable as unsworn falsification in the second degree under AS 11.56.210
. The notice of intent must include detailed information about the nature of the solicitation campaign and the identity
and business practices of the telephone seller, including information on the employees, agents, and officers affiliated
with the telephone seller. The notice of intent must disclose criminal convictions, civil judgments, orders, consent
decrees, or administrative determinations involving allegations of unfair or deceptive business practices by the
- (e) A person may not provide false information in a notice of intent.
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