Code of ethics has legs
I just heard yesterday that ApxAlarm wants a "seat at the table" â€”that's ADT chief legal counsel David Bleisch's tableâ€”as the so-called Door-knocking Code of Ethics is put together. And today, I saw a press release from Platinum Protection that they're onboard as well. Jeremy Pixton, owner of Platinum Protection, a summer-model company based in Utah, had already told me as much, but now they're officially putting the word out: Platinum's release last night says that they're working with multiple industry organizations on a door-knocking code of ethics. Click here to see the release.