Consumer NZ Do Not Knock.
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Do Not Knock

Join our campaign against dodgy door-to-door sellers.

The latest on our campaign against dodgy door-to-door dealers.

  • Ignoring “Do Not Knock” stickers soon to be illegal 14 Jul 2020
    Any door-to-door seller that ignores a “Do Not Knock” sticker will face a fine of up to $30,000 under law changes before parliament.

  • New penalties for door-to-door traders welcomed 10 October 2018
    Consumer NZ welcomes the government’s announcement door-to-door sellers that ignore “Do Not Knock” stickers will face prosecution under the Fair Trading Act.

  • An update on our campaigns 10 Apr 2015
    Since we launched our Do Not Knock campaign in November, we’ve distributed more than 120,000 Do Not Knock stickers. The campaign is targeting dodgy door-to-door traders, a cause of regular complaints.

  • Students send door-knockers message 27 Jan 2015
    A group of students attending a youth development course in Porirua have a message for door-to-door traders trying to flog overpriced goods: whatever you’re selling, it’s cheaper at the store.

  • High demand for stickers 24 Nov 2014
    Consumer NZ has distributed nearly 100,000 “Do Not Knock” stickers since the launch of its campaign to fight back against dodgy door-to-door sellers.

  • Consumer launches Do Not Knock campaign 3 November 2014
    Consumer NZ has launched a nationwide campaign to fight back against dodgy door-to-door sellers.

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Do not knock

We’ve launched a campaign to fight back against dodgy door-to-door dealers. As part of our campaign, we’re distributing free “Do Not Knock” stickers.

Get your sticker