In today’s online environment, it’s pretty easy to try and hurt a company’s reputation. When I started as a franchisee for College Pro Painters, even I wondered if this was a College Pro Painters Scam. I have spent many years here, have been able to create a meaningful career, and help thousands of College Pro Painters mangers start great careers for themselves. What you have to understand is that it’s tough to run a College Pro Painters Scam for 40 years. Let me make some suggestions:
· College Pro Painters has a 93% customer referral rate. Does that sounds like a College Pro Painters Scam?
· College Pro Painters has been providing great opportunities for youth for 40 years. Does that sound like a College Pro Painters Scam?
· College Pro Painters and College Pro Window Cleaning offer over 800 summer business opportunities. We are about creating economic growth, not exploiting it. Does that sound like a College Pro Painters Scam?
· College Pro Painters has a significant online presence through our Website, Facebook, Twitter and other social sites. Does that sound like a College Pro Painters Scam?
I believe in free will, free choice, but, only if you tell the truth. We are not perfect; we have customers who have issues with jobs, and College Pro Painters fixes the job if there is an issue. We talk to our customers after the job is done and ask, “How did it go? Will you recommend us?”
Why do people comment about College Pro Painters online? Why will they be attracted to College Pro Painters Scam sites? I think it is pretty simple. The worst thing that can happen to a franchisee or a customer is that they do not feel we listened when a problem occurred. When we don’t listen, customers or franchisees go online to make us listen. It’s the equivalent of shouting.
So, if we listen and problem solve, good things happen. Unfortunately, whatever gets said online is searchable forever. That is the modern reality. Hopefully customers and potential candidates know enough to look at the whole picture when assessing a company.