North American Corporate Advisors (NACA) has recently joined the International Franchise Association’s VetFran program. Through the program, NACA is offering to waive its fees for VetFran veteran franchisees who are struggling with cash flow problems.

NACA’s sole focus is to work with franchisees and small businesses who are experiencing cash flow problems by modifying and restructuring their bank loans and/or commercial leases, offering a positive solution to the financial crisis that has crippled countless franchisees.

“We know that the challenges of this economy have severely impacted franchisees, but when we considered the seemingly insurmountable challenges veterans face, we knew we had to take action,” says Seth Werner, president/CEO of North American Corporate Advisors. “NACA can help provide fixed expense financial relief to veterans so that they can get their franchise on track and prosper long-term.”

NACA’s process is straightforward, confidential, risk-free, and fast. Compensation to NACA is based strictly upon the results achieved for its clients, and is paid only at the end of the process as a percentage of the reduction in monthly obligations.

For qualifying VetFran veterans, NACA’s compensation will be completely eliminated. VetFran is a strategic initiative of the International Franchise Association.


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