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My friend asked me to sell his business, but I don't know anything about selling a business!

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Mar 31, 2017
Poland, Łódź
My friend wanted to connect fast food and healthy food industries so he started a food truck business. He bought one truck and all the equipment necessary. But he didn't respect commandment of Control, he partnered, and got scammed by his partner. Now he wants to sell his whole business which is only this one truck.

Then he asked me to help him sell his business in Poland starting at 54000$. (I live in Poland.) I posted it on every business selling website I know, but it doesn't seem to be enough.

Any tips?

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Aug 31, 2016
But he didn't respect commandment of Control,
Why would you want to do BUSINESS let alone with someone that doesnt respect the CoC? Just be distant friends, and stay away at all costs.

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