Learn more about Money Mailer revenues to make your franchise-buying decision
If you’ve been looking for the right home-based franchise opportunity, things like corporate support and flexibility make a lot of difference. But ultimately, the decision has to rest on dollars and common sense. Before signing an agreement with Money Mailer, you’ll want to study our past performance to gauge average revenues and gross profit reported by franchisees.
The Item 19 in our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) will break down for you how much money our franchise owners earned in our most recent complete year of business. You can also find out how satisfied our franchisees are when you interview them for validation as part of your due diligence during the buying process and by reviewing the independently conducted World Class Franchise Survey completed each year.
Meeting your revenue goals
“My plans over the years have changed, being a single mom,” says Janet Galati, who owns the Money Mailer franchise in Chain O’ Lakes, IL. “My original intent when I started was to have a career where I could make some really good money and still be able to be home with my kids.”
Money Mailer lets you purchase as few as four zones, which each have 10,000 higher-income households, and scale up to eight, 16 or more.
You can also increase your earnings by going deeper into the zones you already own and increasing the frequency of your mailings. Galati saw the revenue opportunities and planned ahead.
Today, her three kids are ready to head to college, and she’s ready for that financial challenge. “I knew at some point I needed to expand my business so that I could sell off some zones and afford to be able to pay for college. That’s where I am right now.”
Now, Galati will shift her focus to funding her retirement. “It’s all what you want to put into it, what you’re going to get out of it and planning what you want. It doesn’t matter what business you’re looking at doing, you have to plan your strategy and your goals for the long term.”
Get more details about our revenues
Candidates who qualify will be able to review our FDD, including Item 19, which shows earnings reported by Money Mailer franchisees who conducted business for at least 12 consecutive months prior to filing. To request your copy, please fill out the short form on this page.