7 Warning Signs of a Bad Franchise | FranFinders


Here are 7 Warning Signs of a Bad Franchise.

1. The franchisor is poorly capitalized.

2. The franchisees give poor validations.

3. The franchisor is late for appointments / or just misses the appointments all together.

4. The franchisor has a poorly defined sales process.

5. There is a lack of professionalism, both on the phone and in-person.

6. The franchisor’s staff is too small to adequately support the franchisees.

6. The franchisor discourages you from hiring a Franchise Attorney complete final attorney review.

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