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The Knock at Your Door May Be a Trafficking Victim, Polaris Says

Door-to-door sales came second only to domestic work for labour trafficking complaints received on its hotline between January 2008 and February 2015.

The Knock at Your Door May Be a Trafficking Victim, Polaris Says
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