Hell Pizza Accused Of Bullying Franchisees

May 22, 2012 by Cris | 0 Comments

TVNZ:

Hell Pizza is under fire from former franchise owners who say they have been bullied out of business, including one couple who say they are now $300,000 in debt.

TV ONE’s Sunday programme has obtained information indicating the company pushed a couple out of their franchise, a move labelled “operation abortion” by Hell co-owner Callum Davies in internal emails – watch the Sunday investigation below.

In 2006, Natasha Fernandez and Benji Thorn invested $300,000 in a Wellington-based Hell franchise. Continue reading.

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