Fiesta Auto Insurance to Expand Franchise Model

January 21, 2010

  • January 21, 2010 at 1:38 am
    AZ Ins Man says:
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    This is a bomb waiting to blow up.

  • January 21, 2010 at 3:39 am
    Cali Agent says:
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    How can Fiesta offer this franchise at $10,000 and Brooke was at $135,000 before they BK’d? I know Brooke was crooked but that is a huge disparity. I’d be curious to see what comp plan they have for their franchisees. I’ve seen Fiesta locations throughout Southern California and they definitely outlasted Brooke, I mean Crooke Insurance. It seems that Fiesta knows the importance of brand recognition and Brooke didn’t which is one reason out of millions they are now defunct. Interesting….

  • January 22, 2010 at 11:19 am
    John Rost says:
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    We are proud of the accomplishments of our franchise owners and those staff members that support them. The typical independent “Mom and Pop” agent is a dying breed. Increasing cost and lower commission revenues makes it difficult to succeed. This organization will continue to offer a win-win opportunity for our partners.

    • February 15, 2011 at 3:33 pm
      FIESTAEXPLOITS says:
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      Well coming from first hand experience as a Franchisee, in my opinion, Fiesta has exploited my small business and my Latino customers. They are succeeding by stepping on the small businesses. Just look at John Rost’s lingo “the typical independent ‘Mom and Pop’ agent is a dying breed,” (see above comment) he clearly has no respect for the typical Mom and Pop shops whom he is ironically trying to appeal to. Save your money, don’t give it to John Rost, he will take vacations with it.

      • December 26, 2014 at 9:09 am
        FIESTACONVICTIM says:
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        Buying into Fiesta Auto insurance will not be a party for you…They are the nicest staff when trying to sell you a franchise…but wait until you get to the so called BS franchise training after you have already paid the fees and have a location built out and they know you won’t turn back because you are stuck….Fiesta treat the “owners” like sh*t, collect their commissions, take 25% and then use every method possible to charge other fees to keep the most of the money. Neither the CEO nor the VP are Hispanic but they choose to prey on Hispanics and minority and use a “crow” as their symbol. Just remember a crow is a vulture who eats dead animals and that is how Fiesta sees it’s franchisees and their customers.

    • March 22, 2015 at 1:15 pm
      BROKE DUE TO FIESTA says:
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      John Rost you need to do better, stop bulling your franchisees and pay them their commissions. Hand over their book of business as per their contract when they leave

  • March 7, 2010 at 8:06 am
    concernedcitizen says:
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    Be careful dealing with Fiesta Auto Insurance… I had an exceedingly negative experience with this company.

  • December 26, 2014 at 9:10 am
    FIESTACONVICTIM says:
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    I wish there was a 0 or negative 10 star rating because that is the rating I would give to Fiesta Auto Insurance Franchise. The offices are individually owned so the level of service you get is just from the owners. On the other hand the corporate offices treat the owners like sh*t, collect their commissions, take 25% and then use every method possible to charge other fees to keep the most of the money. Neither the CEO nor the VP are Hispanic but they choose to prey on Hispanics and minority and use a “crow” as their symbol. Just remember a crow is a vulture who eats dead animals and that is how fiesta sees it’s franchisees and their customers.

  • March 22, 2015 at 1:11 pm
    BROKE DUE TO FIESTA says:
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    I signed up with these guys and its a nightmare stay way from these jerks, they promise you appointments and do not deliver, they charge you these fees that are not explicit in your contract or disclosure agreement, they do not provide insurance commission statements from the insurance, so you have no way to know what you are truly paid by the insurance company your money goes directly to them and they pay you what they want it seems and one month later. stay away from these guys, do your research talk to current and former franchisees and just be carful don’t loose ypu life savings to these guys.



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