|Received:||6/19/2006 2:01:20 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Please reconsider Bus op Rule R511993. It will seriously deter the desire for home based business in the future. As a independent distributor for Xango I have a very small window of opportunity to get people involved in my organization. Furthur government intersession will perhaps hurt and possibly destroy my home based business! I have read the purposed rule and I see no bennefit to anyone involved except the FTC. Xango is a reputable company as are many other MLM's offers a product that is designed to promote health and wellness. Because my home based business has many resourses for perspective distributors/customers. The responsibility does not lay soley on those who choose to get involved with my company but on me to provide such information through meetings and other web based resourses. Xango has been fully endorsed by the better business bureau, So the FTC should take a posture of case by case issue and not penalize hard working entrepeneures for the sake of passive revenue. Please reconsider this rule. I makes it very hard for those of us running legitimate businesses and has conceded too much power to a government entity that is supposed to protect the Small American Business Man.