Signs You’re Not Making the Right Franchise Investment: Incomplete Paperwork
Both state and federal law require documentation and filed paperwork in order for a franchise to operate. No legitimate business will ever skip over the paperwork, and you need to make sure that you’re not about to fall victim to fraud. A franchisor will be able to provide clear legal documentation of their operations, including providing the franchisee with a Franchise Disclosure Document.
Coinciding with the previous post concerning the franchisor’s pitch, consistent paperwork is another avenue of assurance that you are not making a grave mistake with your time and money. Any legal document required for your investment should be provided immediately by the franchisor upon request. If they are not able to do that, it is probably best that you wish them a good day and hurry out the door.
If you’re considering starting a franchise investment in windows and doors, reach out to us at Shield BP today!