Signs You’re Not Making the Right Franchise Investment: The Pitch
When you are making the investment into a franchise, one of the quickest ways to identify a bad franchisor is the sales pitch. When you buy into a franchise, the meeting with the franchisor should feel like the start of a business partnership, not like a desperate door-to-door salesman trying to smooth talk his way into your wallet. There should be absolutely no pressure on you to sign, and the franchisor should never rush over the details of what is entailed in investing in their franchise.
When you hear the pitch, it should strictly cover the history, profitability, and operations of the franchise. The representative should be detailed and exact with his description of the franchise and should be attentive to any question that you feel needs answered. He or she should never make you feel uncomfortable and that you are being coerced into signing a contract.
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