INDIANAPOLIS —Arguably, nothing could damage a franchisor’s reputation more than allegations it had duped franchisees with a bad concept, then took their money and ran. That’s probably so even considering complaints franchisees sometimes make about a brand owner’s tolerance for unrestricted encroachment, weak field support or unwise spending of marketing co-op dollars. Nonetheless, duped-and-disregarded allegations are ...
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