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Class Action specialist, Stewart Levitt was quoted in an article published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 December 2015, as saying that if franchisees had received proper disclosure at the outset they would not have entered into a franchise agreement on the basis they were not given the full picture of the costs of running a franchise, including paying labour costs for a business that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “The wage rorts and the oppression of many working class investors under the 7-Eleven and other similar franchise models is widespread,” Mr Levitt said.

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 http://www.smh.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/class-action-looms-for-7eleven-as-offer-to-pay-25-million-in-back-pay-emerges-20151206-glgimh.html