An alarm company can no longer go door-to-door in Greenville after police revoked its peddler's license.
Police say APX Alarms' license was pulled after they received several complaints from citizens about the company's services. Police say they determined that APX employees were not following the city's peddler's ordinance.
APX is no longer authorized to operate in the city and police ask citizens to call them immediately if they are solicited by anyone from APX Alarms.
The company, which is based in Utah, says it is in the process of reaching out the police department to find out specifics on the complaints.
Stuart Dean told WITN News that the company is now investigating. Dean says APX takes all reports serious and expect their people to to courteous and respectful.
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