From the Publisher
Explores the frauds and abuses companies perpetrate on their franchisees--everything from unfulfilled pledges of promotional support to over saturating the market with outlets. Helps the potential franchise owner prevent the possible abuse and victimization by explaining what to look for, what questions to ask and what agreements to make before signing a contract. Also gives advice on how to isolate and take advantage of worthwhile franchising opportunities.
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About the Author
Chair and CEO of the American Association of Franchisees and Dealers: The Center for Total Quality Franchising. Practiced Franchise Law for 35 years, and is a Certified Franchise Law Specialist in California.