This website, and the information contained herein do not constitute the offer or sale of a franchise. There are certain states that require the registration of the companies' Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) before the franchisor can advertise or offer the franchise in that state.
The franchises listed on our website may not be registered in all registration states and may not offer franchises to residents of those states or to persons wishing to locate a franchise in those states. The offer and sale of a franchise can only be made through the delivery and receipt of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD.)
American Business Brokers is not an agent, employee, representative, or other functionary of the seller of the respective franchises introduced to you.
American Business Brokers is an Independent Contractor, engaged in the activity of introducing people interested in buying a franchise, to sellers of franchises.
American Business Brokers is paid a finder's fee or commission by the seller if you elect to purchase a business from a company that was introduced to you by us.
American Business Brokers has not checked the accuracy of the written or web site information provided by the seller, and assumes no responsibility for the acts, errors, or omissions of the seller, or the outcome of any transaction.
American Business Brokers is not qualified to advise in any part of the purchase of a franchise. You are urged to seek professional advice from qualified franchise attorney, accountant, or other qualified resource.
Many Franchisors disclose various earnings claims in their disclosure documents. American Business Brokers does not enter into discussions of earnings claims. Any earning claims information shall come directly from the franchise representatives to the party buying a franchise.
Buying a franchise is a complicated investment. Take your time to decide, and personally visit the headquarters of the company you elect to buy from. Make good, common sense decisions in all investment matters.
The Federal Trade Commission regulates the sale of franchises. The FTC has a very user friendly web site, www.FTC.gov. We suggest you use it.
Your state may also have laws regarding franchises. Ask your state consumer affairs agencies about them.
The Better Business Bureau is another excellent information source for potential franchise buyers. www.BBB.org will put you in instant touch with both local and national offices.