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Omaha Steaks Does Not Sell Door-to-Door or From Trucks

Recently there has been some conversation and questions raised on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms by consumers who have been approached by door-to-door salespeople representing themselves as Omaha Steaks employees. Often times they are seen driving trucks or vans with false Omaha Steaks logos. Just as companies like Rolex, Coach and Oakley have copycat or ‘knock-off’ brands, there are also those who attempt to capitalize on the Omaha Steaks brand name and reputation to sell non-Omaha Steaks items.

Omaha Steaks sells product through, telephone representatives, retail stores, food service representatives, mail order, incentive programs and through Fan Exclusives on our social media channels. We want our current and potential customers to know that Omaha Steaks NEVER authorizes door-to-door sales of any kind.

Because of this, we would love your help in stopping those who falsely present themselves as Omaha Steaks employees. Should you ever be approached by a door-to-door salesperson offering great deals on Omaha Steaks products, first and foremost do not purchase any items. If you happen to think of it, ask for an Omaha Steaks business card, phone number or any form of company identification they may have. Any information regarding these types of solicitations that you are willing to share is greatly appreciated! Please contact us through our Customer Service channels listed below as we do pursue any leads regarding copyright infringement or impersonation violations that we can.

Omaha Steaks Customer Service
Toll free: 1-800-228-9872 (Weekdays 7am-10pm CT, Saturdays 8am-7pm CT, Sundays 9am-5pm)
Email: (24/7)
Twitter: @OmahaSteaks

Should you have any additional questions regarding Omaha Steaks sales feel free to contact us through any of the Customer Service channels listed above.

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6 Responses to Omaha Steaks Does Not Sell Door-to-Door or From Trucks

  1. Ronda says:

    There was a truck with Omaha sign on it in Concord NC trying to sell me steaks!

  2. SteakBytes says:

    Hi Ronda, thanks for letting us know. We appreciate you taking the time to notify us of this situation and for the opportunity to inform other readers. At Omaha Steaks, we take these matters seriously and assure you that we will look into the issue. We would like to obtain any information you may have in regards to the individuals that came to your door, such as company name, address, type of vehicle, license plate, and/or any other pertinent information. Please look for an email from a member of our customer services team. Thank you once again for your help!

  3. yvonne ramsey says:

    my niece just got scammed by one of these phonys in tipton michigan

  4. Sarah says:

    I just had a man walk up to my house in Cape st. Claire MD asking if I wanted to buy Omaha steaks. He was not wearing an identifiable uniform and there was no visable vehicle in sight. He took off on foot after I told him “no thank you”. Seemed very suspicious and claimed he was delivering steaks to a neighbor.

  5. Lisa says:

    Just heard the ad on the radio, they are in Shopko’s Parking lot in Wausau, WI

  6. April Smith says:

    I live in a small town 30 miles east of Waco Texas, these guys come to my door at least once a month. Peddling Omaha Steaks with the same sales pitch as I have read here. They always say the lady next door isnt home and I can sell you her order for cost. Well I know better than that, I knew that lady was home and watching him, he didnt even go to her door. This makes me very uncomfortable as this guy came in my back yard and to my back door. I asked him for a business card that he didnt have.

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