Franchise Fraud: How to Protect Yourself, Robert Purvin & Robert L. Purvin Jr.

Franchise Fraud: How to Protect Yourself presents a different franchise environment than the one we know: the American do-or-die market, where the stakes are not high solely then when it comes to gaining a larger client base. Contracts are often misleading and used to bind into unforeseen taxes and obligations, there is fine print and the terms are not always what they look like. US franchise law is made in a way, which enables franchisors to get away from liability, but that is rarely the case with franchisees and licensees, who may be mislead and even robbed of their money. The book offers legal and strategic guidance, teaching prospective franchise owners how to defend themselves from fraud.