Deli Delicious Franchising Inc. (DDFI) has a secret that it’s not telling its customers. DDFI is even suing its franchisees and two former employees, including CEO Mohammad Hobab’s son, to keep word from getting out. In this video, tattletale UnhappyFranchisee.Com shares the story Deli Delicious execs don’t want you to know.
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If you live in central California, you might have noticed your Deli Delicious sandwiches aren’t quite as good as they used to be.
No, it’s not just your aging tastebuds. Deli Delicious Franchising Inc. (DDFI) has a secret that it’s not telling its customers. DDFI is even suing its franchisees and two former employees, including CEO Mohammad Hobab’s son, to keep word from getting out.
DDFI’s self-sabotaging deception is sinking the company in a swamp of lawsuits, franchisee dissent and increasingly bad press.
Yet EVP Ali Nekumanesh & CEO/Supreme Leader Mohammad Hobab continue to deceive and bully to maintain their secret and stand by their mistake… even as their professional reputations decline and their legal bills soar.
In this video, UnhappyFranchisee.Com shares What Deli Delicious Won’t Tell Its Customers. Tell us what you think!
Also watch the companion video “Which Sandwich Chains Serve Fresh Bread” below.
VIDEO: “Deli Deceptive: What Deli Delicious Won’t Tell Its Customers”
VIDEO: “”Which Sandwich Chains Serve Fresh Bread”
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