Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 63. Telephonic Solicitations
Section 40. Prohibited Representations.
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AS 45.63.040. Prohibited Representations.

(a) Unless the telephone seller is asked for the information by the buyer, the seller may not state or imply that the seller has a license, consent, or other form of permission from the state.

(b) A telephone seller may not state or imply that

(1) the seller is complying with state law; or

(2) the seller's compliance with the laws of this state or a municipality constitutes approval or endorsement by the state or municipality.

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