|Received:||6/26/2006 5:41:42 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an IBO with Quixtar for four months. I feel that I was given all the information I needed to make an informed decision. I operate my business with honesty and integrity and am very concious of giving a prospective IBO all the information they need to make an informed decision. We are not in the business of luring people into something they don'w want to do. We get so much more from this business than money. It has become a passion with us and an opportunity to help other people not only reach thier financial objectives, but also be able to reach out and touch other peoples lives. I do not see why it is necessary to allow a prospective IBO to know what my financial situation is. The amount of money they will earn is totally up to them and the work they are willing to do. My income has no bearing on that. Since we operate our business with honesty and integrity, I do not see the benefit of a 7 day waiting period. Again, we are not luring people into some thing they do not want to do nor making false claims about the business. I would have a problem with ANYONE giving out my name and address to people I do not know. Unfortunately, the times we live in make most of us very cautious, and I am very selective about who gets my personal information.When we sign up new IBO's they meet their crossline within days and are free to ask any questions they want. I applaud your efforts to prohibit get rich quick schemes, and pyramids, but none of this applies to Quixtar, and I feel it would be an invasion of privacy to have to supply some of the informaiton you are talking about to our prospects.