Around 6:25 p.m. was relaxing on the loveseat and a knock on the door, no door bell ring. The individual, young possible mid-twenties or early twenties. He was wearing polo shirt with Honeywell and had a badge with Honeywell and his picture. He was selling alarm system change, told him in the sleepy tone no thanks. He was representing Honeywell. After waking up, decided to check on this via internet. I know Honeywell does not do door-to-door sales. If it was a company that sold Honeywell security systems, they would be in their company attire and their company badge, not Honeywell badge. Found this from Armed Response Team from last year. http://www.armedresponseteam.com/security-system-scam-hitting-albuquerque-neighborhoods/ I called Albuquerque Police and notified them of the contact and slight description. They called back to confirm my address. I called them and gave them a better description and vehicle plate number. The plate was not commercial, civilian. The police arrived, ran plate, nothing was coming up at the time. I mean nothing! Police waited, wanted to check registration. They were in my neighbors down the street house. My view is never let anyone in your house you do not know. Any thoughts from the forum on this situation?