Until a telephone seller receives from a buyer a signed, written contract for the purchase, the telephone seller may not solicit payment for the purchase, charge a credit card account for the purchase, negotiate a check or other commercial instrument intended for payment of the purchase, or accept a cash payment for the purchase. The written contract must notify the buyer of the rights of the buyer under AS 45.63.030(a) and disclose the information required by the department by regulation.
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