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Link 2 Franchises, Inc. is not an agent, employee, representative, or other functionary of the seller of the respective business opportunities and franchises introduced to you.
Link 2 Franchises, Inc. is an Independent Contractor, engaged in the activity of introducing prospective business buyers to sellers of franchises and business opportunities.
If you select a business from a company that was introduced by the consultant, the seller agrees to pay Link 2 Franchises, Inc. a referral fee or commission.
Link 2 Franchises, Inc. is not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided by the seller or buyer, and assumes no responsibility for the acts, errors, or omissions of the seller, or the outcome of any transactions.
Link 2 Franchises, Inc. is not qualified to advise in any part of the purchase transaction of a business. You are strongly urged to seek professional advice from a lawyer, accountant, banker or other qualified resource.
Buying a business is a complicated investment. Take your time to decide, and personally visit the headquarters of the company you elect to buy from. The Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) lists current and former franchisees and you should interview them thoroughly. Make informed, common sense decisions in all investment matters.
Many Franchisors do not disclose “earnings claims” in their disclosure documents. Link 2 Franchises, Inc. does not enter into discussions of earnings claims. Any earning claims information shall come directly from the franchise representatives.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates the sale of franchises and business opportunities. Your state may also have laws regarding franchises and business opportunities. Contact the nearest office to you for information to assure yourself that the company you are dealing with is in full compliance with the law.
The Better Business Bureau is an excellent information source for potential business buyers. Contact your local bureau, as well as the bureau in the city of origin of the seller.
You alone are responsible for conducting a thorough due diligence of the business and/or seller.