Don’t do business with Franchise Clique owner David Schwartz
This business specializes in generating leads online. They mostly supply franchise brokers with leads. I signed a two-month agreement with Franchise Clique. For the two payments, I gave them my credit card. After the initial two months, they kept using my credit card. David Schwartz, the proprietor, was contacted. He was the one I spoke with and who I first signed the deal with. In a 3 week period, I wrote him 4 emails. During this time, I also gave him at least four phone calls. He didn’t return my calls or emails. I made the decision to contest the fraudulent charges made to my credit card. Mr. Schwartz phoned me around two weeks after I filed the dispute and said he hadn’t heard my communications but would still reimburse the unauthorised transaction. He did so despite the fact that I had already paid for certain leads that hadn’t reached me. Without supplying me with the leads I ordered for the two-month contract, Mr. Schwartz canceled my account. I repeatedly phoned him to ask him to adhere to the conditions of the agreement. Once more, he disregarded my calls and emails. Finally, I had my lawyer get in touch with him, and he grudgingly sent me the leads I had bought. Overall, I was quite unhappy with the leads that Franchise Clique gave me. He claims that his staff vets the leads. They are not actually screened, in actuality. This business and its owner are awful. DON’T DO BUSINESS WITH THEM, or you’ll experience the same problems I had.
- Franchise Clique
- Daniel Island, South Carolina United States
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