Affordable Business Concepts, LLC are registered Franchise Consultants licensed by the Business Alliance, Inc. and are engaged in the activity of recruiting, prequalifying, and introducing prospective franchise buyers to sellers of franchises opportunities. Since 2005 Affordable Business Concepts, LLC consultants have been matching prospective business owners with outstanding franchise opportunities.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC is not an agent, intermediary, employee, or other functionary of the seller of the respective franchise opportunities introduced to you.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC is paid a referral fee by the franchisor if you elect to purchase a franchise from a company that was introduced by the Affordable Business Concepts, LLC.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC has not checked the accuracy of the information provided by the franchisor, and assumes no responsibility for the acts, errors, or omissions of the seller, or the outcome of any transaction.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC does not facilitate or participate in discussions related to franchise agreements and or resale purchase agreements and related transaction documents, including the transfer of real estate property.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC does not negotiate on behalf of either party to the transaction or otherwise act as an intermediary for the parties’ negotiations.
Affordable Business Concepts, LLC advises you to seek professional advice from franchise attorneys, business accountants, financial advisors and any other qualified resource.
Buying a franchise is a complicated investment. Take your time to decide and participate in the franchise’s educational process to become fully informed on the company’s opportunity prior to making any decisions.
The Federal Trade Commission regulates the sale of franchises opportunities. Contact the nearest office to you for information to assure yourself that any company you deal with is in full compliance with the law.
Your state and city may also have laws regarding franchises opportunities. Ask your state and city agencies about them.
The Better Business Bureau is an excellent information source for potential buyers. Contact your local bureau as well as the bureau in the city of origin of the seller.
You alone are responsible for researching the seller.