DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —With thanks to a reader who snapped this photo and sent it our way, “Art To Your Door” was spotted today in Valencia Bay — a community under construction with no active security. We reported last week that Art To Your Door is not registered with the State of Florida, Palm Beach or Broward Counties. Its apparent owner, Angie Markun, uses the same pitch over and over again as she attempts to sell art from the back of a white box truck. She’ll tell you that she’s doing business with your neighbor who she will cite by name. This information is easily accessible through public records, and spot checks have revealed that at least some of the neighbors she lists as customers have never heard of her.
There is no contact information on her truck, and her business cards only provide a Gmail address with a cell phone number… there is no physical address listed.
We strongly encourage our readers to NEVER pay cash to door to door salespeople and to call the police IMMEDIATELY if you are uncomfortable with a salesperson’s presence.
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