I just did a search on RipooffReport.com. There are a lot of folks sharing some negative experiences there. I also found this thread that caused me some concern: http://www.whydowork.com/forums/wsi-internet-franchise-t313-15.html
It sounds like you've had a successful experience with them. I'm curious why you are selling a successful home business. Can you elaborate?
Thanks in advance,
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I'd be happy to discuss details off this message board. If you are interested, please send me your contact information. I know many successful franchisees, and my business has an established client base with a very nice residual income.
I am considering starting a WSI Franchise and would like to speak with you. When is a convenient time?
I'm a WSI Franchisee. Were you able to get your questions answered?
I just posted this on a different thread - but similar topic I guess so here goes.
If you are considering a WSI Internet Franchise it is best to speak to consultants in your areas to see how they are doing.
I see people posting links from RipOffReport and all that stuff - but at the same time there are lots of articles and press releases on how WSI is helping communities, making child poverty history, etc.
I found another thread on the same topic from someone asking about the WSI Internet Franchise.
Good luck with your investigation and research - the system works if you want it to - it really comes down to the WSI Franchise themselves ...
I saw Junita's post and was unable to respond as the thread was locked. I have been a WSI franchisee sinc e 1999, and have been very happy with the franchisor, the support and overall system. In fact, my recurring revenue has grown to the point that I have my franchise for sale. Recurring revenue is what makes the WSI franchise profitable. If you have questions, feel free to contact me. I speak with prospective franchisees frequently and honestly share my experience.