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  • June 4, 2019 at 4:39 am

    What I don’t understand is why the banks and SBA approve loans for Dickeys when they know their closure rates??? We lost everything, they churned the store that we opened using the same store # and we are getting all the new owner’s emails from Coca Cola, from another vendor, oh, and we got a huge water bill from the landlord after we have been closed for 5 months and it was for a month after we closed down, that’s how we found out someone took over the store.

  • June 7, 2019 at 1:44 pm

    Are there any franchises out there that are a good buy? Every franchise I check out is trouble of some sort.

  • June 10, 2019 at 2:56 pm

    Dearest Oprah,

    I have been your biggest fan forever, however; I am very disappointed in the online WW registration and cancellation policy. I had trusted this only because of your name. I had thought that you would be informed at the process to cancel. Once I realized it was just another way to trick the consumer, I thought Oprah wouldn’t possibly run her business this way. I was tricked into thinking I was getting a free 30 day trial, so I signed up. Once I realized that I was getting charged repeatedly, I called to complain and cancel. I reached a woman from the Philippines who told me I had signed up for 3 months. I explained it was a trial period. We went round and round. She said if I cancel early, I am going to be charged $39.00. I was beyond angry.
    I am continuing to be charged 5 months out. I called again, this time a woman from the south answered, telling me I signed up for six months, I had 5 days to cancel after my “free trial.” I was irate, this is a form of trickery, I would have never agreed to six months, as I only wanted my husband to try it instead of his Adkins diet. He didn’t like it, too many choices for him. If you are allowing people to be tricked because we didn’t see the fine print, I say shame on you! People either want it or they don’t. We should not be forced to pay for something we don’t want or use. If you are not aware of this, you need to hire someone who is more customer service friendly to resolve this problem. I am disgusted! I had to resort to calling my bank, to inform them fraud is being committed on my account. I did not authorize these charges.

  • June 10, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    Maaco Corporate allowed Garnett Station Partners to purchase multiple existing franchises in the southwest. The franchises have since been resold without paying some loans to the original francihsees. Maaco has not assisted me, or even contacted me to provide help. I have a judgment against GSCP az, llc for $260,000 but have not been able to collect. Please be very careful when dealing with Maaco or Garnett Station Partners!!

  • July 2, 2019 at 2:48 pm

    I do much walking, im gonna refer to the Moes in Orchard Park NY In the Tops and Lowes Plaza. Maby times when I walk past the back door is wide open. then about 20 minutes later walking out of the plaza the door is still open. The other day their where four legged rates around the dumpster but the disturbing fact is they had a bag tossed outside the back door but the door was closed. so my point is the rats can easily be nawing at the bag of garbage or when the door is left open they can get inside. I hear much about rats being inside restaurants and it just gets me upset when I see that they are leaving the door open to have the rats just wonder in and not have to work their way in. so needless to say I would never ever go into that restaurant.

  • July 7, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Did you see a New York Times article in regards to some hanky panky at Subway?
    It tells the story about how Subway frew to fast and how certain supervisors deliberately
    gigged franchisees from losing their stores so the supervisors could take them over. A must read

  • July 16, 2019 at 10:07 am

    are you guys still in busness

  • July 16, 2019 at 12:29 pm

    Just wanted to drop some insight. Scott Ferrari, who is named in the lawsuits with FranChoice now appears to be working for United Water Restoration. Word has it he was at The Maxx Challenge after he left iLoveKickboxing for some time.
    It doesn’t appear he is disclosed in their FDD either. Isn’t this illegal?
    Upon other research, it looks like the marketing person from ILoveKickboxing is also with United Water.
    This may be the ILoveKickboxing 2.0.

  • September 3, 2019 at 10:12 pm

    Add Pasadena to the list of locations with sudden closings (not informing their staff either except by email)

  • September 28, 2019 at 4:34 pm

    Mac Tools Franchise Owner Route driver
    Before Mac Tools my background consisted of being a business owner of a Master Carpentry Corporation. With 16 yrs. of a successful business I desired a change and a drive for more money. With all the great hearings that have been brought to me along the years of being present Mac Tool Franchise owners, I decided to give it a shot. I got in contact with Mac Tools through Glassdoor. Joe Garcia DM gave me a call after I provided my information and set me up with Kevin Wendt Franchise recruiter.
    Along my experience thus far management has been a great support. These two have mentored me through every aspect of building up route strategies and sales pointers for lock in customers. Tools that have been benefical for my success.
    They never lied to once. I discussed my goals and they have led me every step of the way
    I’m just recently moving into a new home… Own a boat…Own a 2018 Jeep Rubicon 2019 Jeep Gladiator
    With money in the bank.
    As managers they helped me progress and succeed.
    Because of Mac Tools opportunities I have built up a stellar portfolio with an income I can’t even comprehend at times.
    Joe Garcia DM and Kevin Wendt Regional Franchise Sales Manager of Mac Tools are powered up in trust, honesty and reliability

  • October 1, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    Used to own 7-eleven franchise for 15 years.Got robbed few times at overnight and someone try to Rape my employee .After then she always scarred to work at night.And one night got panic attack .Cops and ambulance came and took her to hospital. We never have a key for store so they locked the front door and took her from emergency door.I had to go to store at 1 a.m. in morning and fire fighters took me from roof.By the time I opened store from Inside it took hour and half.7-eleven charged me over $500 for keeping store close and give a breach. for them u or employees are just a body behind counter.They don’t care. Everything goes as their way and u have to work like a puppet. U just buying A job not owning A business after giving them 51% of your profit.If u never make money and loose family life, after get in to 7-eleven life.

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