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Distributorships

When considering the purchase of a distributorship, be sure you have a clear understanding of all terms and conditions of the company's contract before signing. You may wish to have the contract reviewed by an attorney who is familiar with distributorship agreements. Ask about the company's policies on contract cancellations and refunds. Many distributorship agreements state that the distributor may not return the merchandise for a refund. We recommend that you personally examine the merchandise being offered before making a final decision. Also, get a clear understanding of whether the company offers training or support services to its distributors. You should also research the market for the product or service in question, and consider your own ability to sell.

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