NY BAGEL CAFÉ Franchise Refund Help

Did you pay NY Bagel Café a franchise fee for a franchise that never opened?  You may be due a refund – even if you think you don’t meet the requirements for a refund…  And even if Dennis Mason and Joe Smith have refused to pay you one.  Email us at UnhappyFranchisee[at]Gmail.com or post a comment with your email address below.

If you paid a franchise fee to NY Bagel Café, send an email to UnhappyFranchisee[at]Gmail.com.

Include:

  • Your name
  • The amount you paid
  • Approximate date of payment
  • Your city and state
  • You phone number

All correspondence is confidential.  There’s no cost or obligation.

Relentless, Inc. is a Lancaster, PA-based corporation that advocates for franchisees, fights franchise fraud, and publishes UnhappyFranchisee.Com.

(UnhappyFranchisee.Com)  NY Bagel Café and Deli advertises on Craigslist and other Internet sites that for an upfront payment of $19,500 (or sometimes $17,500) you can own turnkey bagel café business – and they will finance the rest.

NY Bagel Café franchise ads state:

“Our Franchise Fee is reduced to a onetime fee of $19,500 [sometimes $17,500].

All monies required for the build-out, equipment, furniture & fixtures, inventory, lease & security deposits, working capital is 100% financed.

‘ONLY CASH REQUIRED $19,500’. EVERYTHING NEEDED TO OPEN YOUR STORE IS 100% FINANCED OVER 10 YEARS AND OVER THE $19,500 FRANCHISE FEE.”

According to the many complaints we have received, once the franchise/licensing agreement is signed and the franchise fee is paid, NY Bagel Café franchise salesman Dennis Mason or president Joseph Smith informs the franchisee that he/she must obtain financing, and gives them a list of “Approved Lenders.”

Dennis or Joe reportedly tell the franchisees that if they provide 3 rejection letters from lenders that they will refund their $17,500 or $19,500 franchise fees.

We have heard from numerous franchisees who were refused a refund by NY Bagel Cafe, even though they demonstrated they could not get financing.

If you’ve paid NY Bagel Café a franchise fee, contact us right away.

NY Bagel Cafe FranchiseUnhappyFranchisee.Com is helping NY Bagel Café victims who paid franchise fees for franchises that never opened.

If you or someone you know paid NY Bagel Café, Joe Smith or Dennis Mason a fee, contact us at UnhappyFranchisee[at]Gmail.com as soon as possible.

We will be happy to provide a free and confidential consultation – even if they have convinced you that you are not eligible for a refund.

We will require proof that you signed an agreement and paid the franchise fee.

Note that we are not affiliated with NY Bagel Café, president Joseph Smith or franchise salesman Dennis Mason in any way.

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One thought on “NY BAGEL CAFÉ Franchise Refund Help

  • August 27, 2015 at 8:01 pm
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    This is a great and welcomed development and I’m stoked that the good state of Maryland has taken steps to protect their citizens. I’m waiting on NJ to follow suit these franchises are just predatory in nature.

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