Franchises are all the rage right now in America. The franchise phenomena has been a part of American life since the 50s, but it was never at the scale that it is today. It could be in part that there was never as many people as there are today in America. One of the things that you need to keep in mind when dealing with franchises is that there are a lot of bad apples being offered for people to invest in. After a quick perusal of businesses for sale in the Brewster County, we noticed that there are a lot of so called “franchise opportunities” among them, so we though we should give a quick service announcement to fellow citizens of the Brewster County to be careful when choosing the franchise to invest in.

Be weary of franchise opportunities – Brewster County service announcement

A large proportion of franchises are only there to sell franchise opportunities to people. They are not capable of actually delivering on what they promised. They either never intend on holding on to their end of the bargain, or what is more likely, they do everything as promised, but they do it very badly. Outcome like that usually happens when a franchise has excellent salespeople, but really bad management and overall business model.

We over at the Brewster Chamber of Commerce are writing this article to warm people to do their homework, and to do it very well, before deciding to invest money in a franchise. If you are not careful enough, you will end up losing your money. There are already lots of great articles online with tips on how to detect and avoid bad franchise investments. Here’s one franchise scam alert article from Entrepreneur.com. They offered lots of great advice on how you can know if a franchise is a bad apple or not. Read it, apply it, and you should be safe. Cheers.