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#3518 - 08/21/01 01:03 PM Mr Electric
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Does anyone have a Mr Electric in there area ,just have some questions about franchise, and techniques on there service calls?
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#3519 - 08/21/01 05:36 PM Re: Mr Electric
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Hi hotshot,
I did check into them years ago, you'll basically have the same headaches, but with a sugardaddy to back U up. Just rememeber...there's no such thing as a free lunch!
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#3520 - 08/21/01 05:44 PM Re: Mr Electric
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I actually considered one(briefly), but at the time I figured the $15,000 fee would be better spent other ways. They have no presence here(Phila., PA) as far as I know. Therefore, no name recognition or reputation. What's it costing now?
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