What solicitor practices are prohibited?

Under the Village Code, certain solicitation practices are unlawful and prohibited.   Per Code, solicitors may NOT:  

Continue to solicit upon any premises after having been requested by the owner or occupant to leave;
Solicit upon a premises posted against solicitation or peddling;
Use a plan, scheme or ruse, or make statements to indicate or imply that the purpose of the solicitation is other than to obtain orders or sales;
Cheat, deceive or fraudulently misrepresent while acting as a solicitor within the Village;
Interfere with vehicular, bicycles, or pedestrian traffic on any public right-of-way.

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1. Does the Village regulate door-to-door solicitors?
2. Do solicitors need to identify themselves?
3. Why can’t the Village ban door-to-door solicitors?
4. What can I do if I do not want solicitors to come to my home?
5. Where can I find a "no solicitors" sign?
6. What rules apply to door-to-door solicitors in the Village of Lombard?
7. What solicitor practices are prohibited?
8. The solicitor that came to my home was pushy or rude. Is there something the Village can do?
9. The person who came to my home was not selling anything. Does the Village regulate door-to-door advocacy?
10. What about energy providers and alternate residential energy supplier solicitors?
11. What should I do if an energy solicitor asks me to show him my bill?
12. What more can I do to complain about the aggressive or deceptive practices of a solicitor?