I almost had an encounter with a possible salesman today. He was outside for about 40 to 60 minutes talking to people in 2 cars. He had a Charter logo on the back of his coat, and the logo looked quite fake. After about 30 minutes, one car left. Then for another 10 or 15 minutes he talked to the other car. At the end both of them were looking over papers. This "salesman" provided for some great comedy. About half way through, he went back to his pickup (it was red and had no Charter logo on it) and grabbed a cigarette. He was smoking while talking to these people. Also he would occasionally spit onto the street. I was wondering if he would come to our house and what he would be selling. I thought that he could be trying to sell some type of cable descrambler. If that was the case, I would have told him "I already have a descrambler. It is a Motorola Digital Cable Receiver, which I bought from the cable company." However after the car he was talking to left, he got back into his red pickup and went down the street. It was not a person from Charter, because I don't believe that they would do this on a Sunday, in the middle of the afternoon, when the temperature outside is 9 degrees Fahrenheit. Also the city that I live in requires door-to-door salesmen to have a permit. I don't think that Charter would even go door-to-door. Does anyone else have stories about door-to-door salespersons?