Clean Net USA Cranford NJHorrible pay

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Had a franchise with Clean Net for over 7 years. I never received an increase, didn't get paid for any kind of holidays even if the company I was cleaning was closed. The Cranford NJ office couldn't keep QC inspectors for whatever reason. They basically harassed employees at the company I was cleaning for complaints. We had the account for so long and knew exactly what to do and kept the place clean. Complaints were fished for and they didn't go to bat for us a franchisee. I wouldn't waste my time with them as they make their money by signing new franchisee which means they essentially have to get rid of the old ones. It's a a revolving door wherein only the head guy makes money. #RIP OFF ARTISTS!!!


  • Ed
    Edcleannetusa Jul 19, 2019
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    Cleannet of NJ Has always provided the opportunity for every Franchisee owner to rectify an issue that a customer has initiated, if it is not resolved in timely manner or is not prevented from happening again you will have an unfavorable outcome. Retention is the bottom line as i have the name "Cleannet of NJ" to protect. I owe that to every one invested and providing quality service.

    Please contact Cleannet of NJ if you are are strong entrepreneur that will contribute to the growth of Cleannet of NJ!

    Edreese Tahiry

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