The Philadelphia Inquirer tells story of Conshohocken man who found a door-to-door salesperson looking in his window

The Philadelphia Inquirer published an article on April 20th titled “An energy salesperson came to my door. Will they actually save me money?” that details the experience of Conshohocken’s Christopher Reynolds who found an energy salesperson looking through a window of his home.

From the article:

Christopher Reynolds was putting on his shoes inside his Conshohocken home, getting ready to go out to the Norristown amateur theater company where he spends many weekday evenings.

It was then that he noticed a man looking through his front windows.

When Reynolds walked outside, the man tried to make conversation, something about an Eagles poster he had seen hanging on the wall of Reynolds’ home, then asked for personal information, including how much Reynolds was paying for utilities. The man told Reynolds he could lower his electric bill with a third-party supplier, and wouldn’t take no for an answer.

“It just felt off that I caught this guy looking in my windows,” said Reynolds, a 26-year-old financial adviser. “If I wasn’t home, what could have happened?”

Reynolds went on to post about the encounter in a local Facebook group. In the article in The Inquirer, the paper reports on alternative energy companies and whether it can benefit a consumer. You can read the full article here.