Checklist Regarding Matters that must be Disclosed to Prospective Franchisee in Accordance with FTC Franchise and Business Opportunity Rule
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A franchise or business opportunity seller must give the prospective buyer a detailed disclosure document at least ten (10) business days before the buyer pays any money or legally commit himself to a purchase. The disclosure document includes:
" Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least 10 previous purchasers who live closest to the buyer; " A fully audited financial statement of the seller; " Background and experience of the business's key executives; " Cost of starting and maintaining the business; and " The responsibilities buyer and the seller will have to each other once the buyer has invested in the opportunity.
Franchise sellers also must tell a prospective buyer in writing the number and percentage of owners who have failed.
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