Customers, friends & family of 7-Eleven franchise owners Dilip and Saroj Patel gathered in Riverside, CA to show their support and protest 7-Eleven, Inc.’s seizure of their store for alleged “excessive couponing.”
(UnhappyFranchisee.Com) 7-Eleven, Inc. allegedly seized the Patel’s franchise – alleged to be worth more than $450,000 – without warning or chance of appeal.
The Patel’s had operated the family business at 5958 Magnolia Ave., Riverside, California for over 19 years.
Read Dev Patel’s account here: 7-ELEVEN Stole Our Store – Dev Patel’s Story
Disclaimer: This account has been to provided to UnhappyFranchisee.com by Mr. Patel, and published verbatim. We have not independently verified his version of events. We have invited 7-Eleven, Inc. to provide their version of events, including any corrections, clarifications, statements, rebuttals they would like known. ADMIN
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