Putting the sole purpose rules aside, I always thought the anti-hawking provisions related to pressure (boiler room) sales resulting from unsolicited telephone calls or meetings. Emails, letters and offers to the market through advertisements would not of themselves breach the anti-hawking provisions. Have I missed something? Has AustralianSuper or Qantas engaged in a telephone or door knock sales campaign as well?
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